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Our Virtual Data Center infrastructure consists of Servers located at various Data Centers at geographically different locations. We ensure that every Data Center we use meets our requirements. Some of our requirement & standards are as below.
Redundant Multiple Backbones
Data Centers are connected to internet with highly redundant network through multiple backbones connected to various Tier 1 upstream providers. All network links are also peered with other networks for fastest possible data transfers.
99.9% Uptime Guarantee
Our tie-ups with every Data Centers, guarantees us 99.9% Network Uptime. We ensure that every data center used by us meets this requirement.
BGP4 Dynamic Routing
Data centers runs the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP4) for best case routing. The BGP4 protocol is a standard that allows for the routing of packets of information sent out from network. Each packet of information is evaluated and sent over the best route possible. Because of the redundant network architecture, packets may be sent via alternative routes even if they are being delivered to the same end user. Should one of the upstream provider fail, packets leaving networks are automatically redirected through another route via a different upstream provider.
It is a common misconception that the amounts of bandwidth (size of the pipes that carry the data) differentiate web hosting companies. In reality it is not only the size of the pipes that matters, it is the utilization levels. The utilization of Internet connections is vital to a network's ability to transfer data without packet loss or latency. We ensure that every Data Center used by us has connection usage below 50% to avoid any connectivity problems.