34 Peachtree, Atlanta, GA   Night View from 34 Peachtree.
 
 
Our Atlanta Data Centers are Tier IV data center facilities located  in downtown Atlanta, Georgia in the well-known 34 Peachtree Tower and 56 Marietta Center.  These locations are home to multiple data centers including MCI, Level 3, Equinix, Georgia State University, Comcast, Switch & Data, AT&T, XO Communications, and more.
 
 
 
                                  56 Marietta, Atlanta, GA 
 
 

100% of 56 Marietta's tenants are in the telecommunications or Internet industry or companies that require a high level of security for their mission critical business continuity requirements. There is no public access to this facility.  There is 24 hour manned security and surveillance system & Key card entry to building, elevators, and floor Digital surveillance cameras monitored 24/7/365, Lockable cabinets, cages & private suites.

In 1999 Marietta Street Partners, LLC redeveloped this former Western Union headquarters building into what has become Atlanta's premier and only exclusive carrier hotel.

This telecommunications/data grade facility is comprised of Enterprise customers, CLEC's, ISP's and ASP's, which include over 250 telecommunication related companies and 50+ carriers.

Building is engineered to provide all full floor tenants, including Meet Me Room & "The Vault" with 100 watts per SF of power at 480 volts, 3 Phase, 4 wire and the “MMR” with 100 watts per SF of power at 208 volts, 3 Phase, 4 wire. Existing electrical services consist of (3) 2000 KVA, 480 volt transformers in the 480 volt GA Power Vault and (2) 500 KVA volt transformers in the 208 volt GA Power Vault. The 480 volt and 208 volt Vaults are fed from a Network Distribution Grid which is served by multiple and separate GA Power sub-stations providing superior redundancy and a very reliable source of power. The power distribution is Georgia Power's most reliable grid that also supports the hospitals in the downtown area.
 
This building currently has (14) backup generators. 
 

 

SLC Hosting utilizes high-end SuperMicro Motherboards and Chasis for all of our servers. Our average VPS and or Reseller server consists of a Supermicro Motherboard with IMPI access and hot-swappable drives in a RAID array.

The following is taken from SuperMicro's official website:

"Super Micro Computer, Inc. or Supermicro (NASDAQ: SMCI) designs, develops, manufactures and sells energy-efficient, application optimized server solutions based on the x86 architecture. The company's wide range of products include the industry's deepest array of server, high-end workstation and storage systems as well as energy efficient server components, called Server Building Blocks Solutions®, that include serverboards, chassis and power supplies; Supermicro's powerful Universal I/O (UIO) expansion card technology, and other system accessories."
 
 
 


 
GoDaddy and HostGator Feeling Pressure

 

 
Atlanta, GA  February 25, 2011

Technical services provider Total Server Solutions, has announced it has joined forces with EWD Hosting and Colo@ in a merger. Total Server Solutions is a technical support, managed server, and managed support corporation with many years of experience in the webhosting industry. EWD Hosting has been a key player in e-commerce hosting for many years and Colo@ is a leading provider of enterprise grade colocation services.

The new Total Server Solutions brings all these services together to provide an expanded product line and more services for their customers to choose from. With several locations throughout the US, Total Server Solutions can provide a vast array of choice in locations for customers needs.

Emerson Nogueira, of EWD Hosting states that: "With this merger, EWD Hosting will be able to utilize the vast knowledge base of Total Server Solutions and they will in turn be able to call upon the e-commerce knowledge that EWD Hosting has gained over the years."

 

On the Colo@ side of things, Ryan DiRocco said: "As part of Total Server Solutions, Colo@ brings great expertise in colocation and datacenter management."  Gary Simat, CEO of Total Server Solutions, and a founder of Colo@ states: "With such a knowledgeable team, we will be able to meet any challenges that our customers can come up with."

Also added into the mix, Eric Gregory has joined Total Server Solutions as Director of Marketing. Eric was previously an integral part the cPanel marketing team and was responsible for successfully developing and executing many marketing programs and events over the years. He brings his unique perspectives and experience to Total Server Solutions. When asked about why he joined the TSS team, Eric said, "I've known the team at Total Server Solutions for years and have always been thoroughly impressed by their respectability and honor in dealing with customers and industry peers. Joining TSS was an easy decision, the experience and talent present in this company is truly humbling."

About Total Server Solutions:

Total Server Solutions was founded in 2005 with the goal of providing unsurpassed support and technical services to the web hosting community. Over the years, Total Server Solutions has grown to offer the some finest colocation facilities in the world as well as fully managed dedicated server offerings, custom solutions, and cloud computing services.

 

 
 


 

 

 
 
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