Linux Dedicated Servers – Colocation America

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Linux Dedicated Servers

The rising popularity for the Linux operating system has made the platform a great choice for operating a dedicated server. The Linux OS is currently the most widely used server operating system in the world due to the OS amazing support for running web servers, applications, databases and services.

Colocation America offers Linux dedicated servers that are finely tuned to meet the needs of your growing business. Powered by a top-tier co-location facility, our extensive network of over 200 leading bandwidth carriers allows us a wide variety of plans to suit our clients’ needs. Customized solutions will provide our clients with all the reliability, unparalleled safety and cost efficiency Linux has to offer.

A Server that Fully Meets Your Needs

Linux is one of the most flexible operating systems on the market today. Colocation America capitalize on this flexibility and extends it by allowing you to build your dedicated server anyway you see fit. This means you can choose to from a variety of web services and applications, programming languages, analytic tools and security mechanisms, providing you with the best level of protection for your business.

The Linux OS is made to thrive in the network and internet environment which allows you to exploit the true potential of the underlying hardware to get the most out of your investment.

Rest Assured with Our Dedicated Support

While managing a Linux dedicated server is often more complex compared to the other platforms, our team of professionals stand ready to lend a hand by providing quality responsive support. Our staff of highly trained experts are available in both our colocation hosting facilities and office locations to deliver the personal care you need to feel comfortable with your server. While there are many solutions on the market, Linux provides the stability and performance that gives your business the best possible results.

Linux Dedicated Server Selections

Linux is by far the most preferred operating system compared to the other server platforms – and for good reason. Widespread adoption has made it the primary alternative to proprietary systems such as Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS X

Being an open-source software, Linux offers colocation hosting companies and other IT solutions providers with the ability to obtain quality servers at substantially lower prices. Linux, being a stable and mature operating system, is built to deliver outstanding levels of security and availability that businesses require in today’s highly competitive business environment.

Extensive Customization and Variety

Colocation America offers its customers the opportunity to tailor the most powerful platform for their dedicated server needs from scratch. We support all major Linux distributions including Red Hat Enterprise, CentOS, Fedora and Ubuntu.

Although this platform is of course more difficult to use than many other systems, our talented pool of engineers can optimize your server in a way that greatly reduces the complexity of operating Linux by incorporating user-friendly technology to minimize the learning curve.

Cutting Edge Performance and Stability

Colocation America’s portfolio of high quality solutions is equipped with a wide variety of Linux dedicated servers. Each package is supported by an enterprise-level infrastructure and robust network to ensure optimum performance and maximum uptime.

Our colocation hosting facilities are equipped with state of the art electrical systems, environmental controls, safety and on-site technicians to ensure smooth operations. Together with the impressive features of the prestigious One Wilshire facility, along with our other six locations, our clients have all the power Linux has to offer for their businesses to succeed.

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