Over 90% of Internet traffic is routed through major Internet backbones. Our network provides you with quick access to top three Internet backbones in the world: Sprint, UUNET and GTEI (BBNPlanet). We deliver your web pages to net users through the shortest path.
As a simple exercise to test this, when connected to the internet: in ms-dos prompt type tracert yahoo.com and tracert denish.com. on the unix prompt, try traceroute yahoo.com and traceroute denish.com. You will notice that our server responds in equal if not fewer hops when compared to any world-class website.
Our servers are in a network that has redundant Internet backbone connections. If UUNET backbone goes down, the router used by our servers will automatically reroute your traffic through Sprint via BGP technology. The network used by our servers is guaranteed to be up 100% of the time.
The datacenter where our servers are located, is equipped with redundant Cisco backbone routers and redundant Cisco network switches. Each Cisco backbone router can handle over 2Gbps data throughput. Southwestern Bell has built 72 fibers inside the network facility of the data center where our servers are located. Each fiber can handle OC192 (10Gbps) traffic. The data center where our servers are located is next door (one foot away) to a MCI WorldCom OC12 (622mbps) POP.
The datacenter has: