RootBSD, known for its *BSD hosting services, has announced dedicated servers located overseas in Hong Kong. Recently the hosting provider also brought servers to datacenters in San Jose, CA as well as Dallas, TX. Their most popular plan is the Lambda plan, for those looking to get into BSD hosting.


RootBSD, the hosting service that specializes in *BSD-based deployments, expands its cloud service footprint with the opening of its new data center in Hong Kong.

The Hong Kong data center offers excellent, low-latency connections into the region as well as Asia, including mainland China (available through RootBSD’s premium routes) through fiber cables that route directly into the country.

The data center is located in a carrie-neutral facility that offers tier 1 backbone connections. RootBSD’s customers will be able to utilize any of the services available through the data center, which has access to the Hong Kong Internet Exchange (HKIX) and other carriers in Asia. It also features Tier III+ fully redundant physical infrastructure, including back-up generators, cooling and dual power feeds to each rack.

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