Dade2 opens new data center at Miami

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Dade2, a managed enterprise Cloud Hosting provider declared the opening of a new data center at Miami. The new data center that is located in Downtown Miami is minutes away from Miami International airport. Miami data center will provide Dade2’s Cloud servers Dedicated Servers, Colocation, and private cloud service. The new data center will provide low-latency and high-network throughput to both North America and Latin America. To satisfy the needs of clients in the USA and Latin America, Dade2 set up its first data center location in the USA.

Advantage of the data center in Miami

The company stated that its new Tier III+ data center is HIPAA compliant and ISO 27001 certified. The data center is capable of satisfying demands from various financial companies. The company also said they are getting great response from the network, cloud and content customers who are seeking to take advantage of their Data Center in Miami for accessing the Latin American Market.

Dade2’s team claims that with the new facility, the company can deliver access to the lowest latency route to LATAM. In addition to this, the company states a full range of managed hosting and colocation services will be delivered by its regional associates.

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