For the most reliable and most secure hosting services on the net, you need to host with a serious and reliable web-hosting company at a secure, professional tier-1 location. MVI Solutions offers you the ability to do just that. If quality and exclusive top notch service is what you're looking for in your hosting company, you have come to the right place. MVI Solutions is a premier web-hosting company which provides only first class service and support for serious businesses. This is why we chose to house our servers at The NAP of the Americas.
The NAP of the Americas facility, owned and operated by Terremark Worldwide, Inc., is a new business model for Network Access Points. Located on the second and third floors of the Technology Center of the Americas (TECOTA), The NAP of the Americas facility is one of the only Tier-1 NAPs in the world that provides a carrier-neutral server housing environment. By hosting with MVI Solutions, you will be reaping the benefits of having your web presence in a facility best suited for phone/cell phone companies, domain registrars, search engines, universities, government agencies and many other types of high-level organizations.
Technology Center of the Americas – TECOTA
The Technology Center of the Americas (TECOTA) is a 750,000 square feet of state-of-the-art class "A+" facility that is strategically located near 24 fiber providers, in line-of-sight of major carrier Points of Presence and proximate to seven worldwide undersea cable landings. TECOTA was specifically designed around the needs of the Internet and telecommunications industries and built to disaster resistant standards with maximum-security features for the safety of occupants and protection of mission-critical network equipment. It is outside the FEMA 500-year flood zone as well as outside of the hurricane evacuation area and designed to withstand a Category 5 hurricane. Besides housing the NAP of the Americas facility, TECOTA also houses government entities such as the Department of State and the Department of Defense. This ensures that the building will receive top-priority attention should there ever be a state of emergency.
What is Carrier-Neutrality?
A carrier is a technology company (normally a telephone company) which owns a big part of the internet called a backbone. Different carriers have different backbones and all of these backbones interconnect to form the internet. If you host your website at a carrier-operated facility (a facility owned and operated by a single carrier), this usually means that your website is only available on the internet through your carrier's backbone. This means that if that particular backbone ever experiences problems, your site will suffer because there is only one internet path to it. Carrier-neutrality, on the other hand, means that there are multiple carriers available in the same location. This means that there are many paths to your website should any of the carriers' backbones experience any problems. This allows for much better availability and reliability for mission-critical application. The NAP of the Americas is one such facility which houses carriers such as AT&T/Bellsouth, Global Crossing, XO Communications and Qwest Communications just to name a few.
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