Cloud and web hosting provider Host Virtual announced on Monday that it has upgraded and expanded its Denver data center.
Host Virtual opened its Denver data center last February. The upgrades include improvements in capacity and connectivity. The data center is now connected to the CoreSite carrier hotel in Denver.
The company also recently upgraded its Dallas location and opened a new data center in Toronto.
“We constantly monitor our data centers around the world to ensure that our customers will always have access to the latest technology for their cloud hosting needs,” Kris Slevens, director of customer experience said. “This means adding connectivity and storage capacity to existing locations, in the case of our Denver location, and in other cases it means opening up a new data center. We need to be wherever our customer demands take us, and always offer the best experience.”
Host Virtual has 16 cloud locations around the world, including international locations in Hong Kong, India and London. Last year, Host Virtual opened its 15th cloud location in Seattle, Washington.