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Herolocity – Tampa Data Center

Herocity’s Tampa data center is located at 33602 – 400 North Tampa Street, Tampa, FL 33602. The Herolocity data center is located right in the heart of Tampa, FL. The Herolocity data center is a Tier III infrastructure facility providing a completely redundant infrastructure for power, cooling, security, and connectivity. The 24x7x365 onsite staff provides the helpdesk and support services.

Herolocity is an award-winning hosting service provider company offering dedicated servers, virtual private servers, website hosting, reseller hosting, website development service, SEO, and domain registration services. The company is hottest hosts of 2012, 2013, and 2014 by WHIR magazine, recognized for code and ethics and 100% uptime by, and acknowledge for tailored services in 2012 & 2013 by Yahoo News.

The company offers VPS solutions that is supported by Intel Xeon processor on enterprise grade platform with at least 48 GB of RAM, and multiple operating system such as CentOS, Fedora, Debian, Ubuntu, Gentoo, SUSE, Arch Linux, and Scientific Linux. The VPS hosting is supported by a 100% SLA for network uptime, and each physical server is connected to 1 Gbps switch port allowing virtual private servers to reach this network speed. The VPS control panel allows to start, stop, reboot, or reinstall the virtual private server anytime with provision of  having VPS graphs such as bandwidth usage, CPU, memory, disk operation and many more. HeroCity offers solutions to beginners, small businesses, and corporate businesses alike with a wide variety of products and services. The company was founded in  2011 and is based in Tampa

Herolocity – Tampa Data Center
33602 - 400 North Tampa Street
Tampa, FL 33602

Herolocity – Tampa Data Center Highlights

  •  Tier III Infrastructure Facility
  • 24x7x365 Onsite Staff
  • 100% SLA on Network Uptime

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