Web hosting provider Hivelocity has acquired IaaS provider Rack Alley, picking up a significant data center presence in Los Angeles. Rack Alley’s facilities will be integrated with Hivelocity, and all employees will be retained, according to the announcement last week.
Like Hivelocity, Rack Alley provides colocation, dedicated servers and cloud hosting.
The Los Angeles facilities consist of two data centers across the street from each other, which will operate as one facility interconnected via redundant dark fiber rings, with the ability to operate independently. One of the data centers is located in the One Wilshire Building, which 30 percent of the traffic between the U.S. and Asia travels through, and is one of the top ten network connected building in the world, according to Data Center Knowledge.
“We surveyed our customer base earlier this year and LA was high on their list of places they wanted us to expand to,” Rick Nicholas, VP of Colocation at Hivelocity said in a statement. “In addition to Los Angeles, New York City was right there at the top of the list. As part of our national expansion strategy we intend to seek opportunities in New York City with the hopes of an announcement there before the end of this year.”
Hivelocity recently launched its second data center in the Tampa area to provide 30,000 more square feet of bare-metal dedicated servers, private cloud environments and colocation, and also serves customers out of Miami and Atlanta.

 

DreamHost is considering its next move after a judge last week ordered the Los Angeles-based web hosting company to comply with a government warrant seeking information about subscribers to the anti-Trump website disruptj20.org.
DreamHost’s general counsel Chris Ghazarian said that while overall he sees the decision as a win, the company would have preferred even more content being removed from the warrant or the warrant being invalidated all together.
“Now our team and I are considering our next steps which are essentially whether or not we are going to appeal, and we’ll make that decision very soon,” Ghazarian said in an interview with The WHIR.
Chief Judge Robert Morin ruled on Thursday that DreamHost had to turn over subscriber data, but under a much narrower scope than first anticipated. Morin told the District of Columbia Superior Court that in an order to “balance the First Amendment protections and the government’s need for this information” he would oversee which data prosecutors’ intend to seize and use of the data to ensure it is limited to individuals connected to the riots.
Ghazarian said that the Department of Justice (DoJ) pulled back quite a bit in what they initially asked for, including removing the request for IP addresses.
“The entire process overall has been a win because I don’t think anybody really expected the government number one to back down from their original warrant, especially since we tried to have a professional

 

DreamHost is considering its next move after a judge last week ordered the Los Angeles-based web hosting company to comply with a government warrant seeking information about subscribers to the anti-Trump website disruptj20.org.
DreamHost’s general counsel Chris Ghazarian said that while overall he sees the decision as a win, the company would have preferred even more content being removed from the warrant or the warrant being invalidated all together.
“Now our team and I are considering our next steps which are essentially whether or not we are going to appeal, and we’ll make that decision very soon,” Ghazarian said in an interview with The WHIR.
Chief Judge Robert Morin ruled on Thursday that DreamHost had to turn over subscriber data, but under a much narrower scope than first anticipated. Morin told the District of Columbia Superior Court that in an order to “balance the First Amendment protections and the government’s need for this information” he would oversee which data prosecutors’ intend to seize and use of the data to ensure it is limited to individuals connected to the riots.
Ghazarian said that the Department of Justice (DoJ) pulled back quite a bit in what they initially asked for, including removing the request for IP addresses.
“The entire process overall has been a win because I don’t think anybody really expected the government number one to back down from their original warrant, especially since we tried to have a professional

 

Los Angeles Based Leaders in Hosting and Datacenter Solutions QuadraNet, Inc. Announces Partnership With China Telecom
In an effort to provide an even greater level of service to their valued customers, Los Angeles-based hosting, cloud hosting, and data center solutions leaders, QuadraNet, Inc. recently announced their new partnership with leading global Tier 1 IP provider, China Telecom[/B…

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Los Angeles Based Leaders in Hosting and Datacenter Solutions QuadraNet, Inc. Announces Partnership With China Telecom
In an effort to provide an even greater level of service to their valued customers, Los Angeles-based hosting, cloud hosting, and data center solutions leaders, QuadraNet, Inc. recently announced their new partnership with leading global Tier 1 IP provider, China Telecom[/B…

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Mean Servers is pleased to announce the availability and launch of our Los Angeles location for all VPS and web hosting services. Our Budget VPS, Unmanaged VPS, [URL="https://w…

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Los Angeles Based Leaders in Hosting and Datacenter Solutions QuadraNet, Inc. Announces Partnership With China Telecom
In an effort to provide an even greater level of service to their valued customers, Los Angeles-based hosting, cloud hosting, and data center solutions leaders, QuadraNet, Inc. recently announced their new partnership with leading global Tier 1 IP provider, China Telecom[/B…

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Last night’s WHIR Networking event in Los Angeles, California was one of the most highly attended in the six years of events hosted across the US, Canada and Europe.

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