Upgrades to Host Virtual’s Miami datacenter not only means improvements within and around Florida, but better capacity to the burgeoning internet user base in South America.
Host Virtual announced upgrades to its Miami datacenter, which not only increases its connectivity within the state, but to the surrounding area and to South America.

The upgrades include robust power improvements for equipment as well as diverse network options to enhance Host Virtual’s global connectivity. The company’s lineup of 25 datacenters are located in financial and business centers Asia and Australia, North America, South America and Europe.

“We are very excited about the upgrades that have been completed,” Mark Price, Host Virtual’s President, said. “South America, and Brazil in particular, are exploding markets for internet use and like China and India, it’s one of the global centers of innovation. We’re very happy that we can offer our customers increased and improved network capacity to this growing and important region through our improved Florida datacenter.”

Host Virtual is your trusted partner for global cluster deployments with Docker, Anycast, load balancing, network and worldwide content delivery network services, available with its cloud hosting infrastructure as a service, or IaaS. Host Virtual supports over 500 operating system templates deployed to its 25 locations around the world, and utilizes native dual-stack IPv4 and IPv6 connections.


About Host Virtual:

Host Virtual offers a portfolio of enterprise products and services ranging from IaaS/cloud to dedicated servers, (or MaaS – Metal as a Service) to fully managed colocation and network services.

With 25-plus locations globally providing IaaS in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Oceania, Host Virtual is a leading BGP Anycast and cloud platform provider. Host Virtual is one of the most connected internet service providers worldwide, with direct access to over 2000 peers over IPv4 and next generation IPv6.

The Host Virtual platform allows globally-minded companies to go beyond pure CDN using BGP Anycast acceleration, to deliver and enhance applications at the edge. This translates to customers being able to scale globally with the best possible performance and access, while partnering with a local team of experts.