By embracing IPv6 technology, we are doing a great service not only for ourselves but also for our fantastic customers
Los Angeles, CA (Vocus) October 26, 2010
IPv6 was developed to meet the demands of the Internet’s rapid expansion, with its predecessor being IPv4. The most notable change between IPv4 and IPv6 is the actual address. An IPv4 address was composed of 32 bits [4 bytes], which was portioned between network and host. The new IPv6 address is now 128 bits long [16 bytes], with the host portion being derived from a MAC address.
“By embracing IPv6 technology, we are doing a great service not only for ourselves but also for our fantastic customers,” said Micheal Trunkett, President of Colocation America. “Our clients will be able to experience this new protocol which brings a higher performance rate and less latency. With many years of experience in operating and developing new technology, we are fully IPv6 ready.”
In conjunction with a larger address space, IPv6 simplifies routing, better supports security and is easily compatible with mobile applications. The operation of these new services and devices has quickly sped up with the adaption of this protocol by thriving and emerging economies.
This new addition is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the portfolio of services that Colocation America offers. As one of the top colocation providers in the country, they have made sure that their facilities are consistently up to date with the latest technology and hardware.
About Colocation America, Inc.
Established in 2000, Colocation America has grown to become one of the most reliable colocation hosting providers nationally. Based in Los Angeles, California, Colocation America was built from the ground up by professional engineers with a vision of delivering a fully integrated, trusted colocation server hosting service. Colocation America Corporation has earned a reputation with its attention to detail, highly qualified technicians and commitment to the latest data center technology.
Colocation America’s primary data centers are located in the world famous "One Wilshire" building (West Coast Hub) and 60 Hudson (East Coast Hub) in Los Angeles and in New York. Colocation America’s data center locations provide maximum scalability and connectivity to major fiber carriers and can connect to virtually any backbone provider. Colocation America has direct access to over 240 bandwidth providers around the world and can scale Internet connectivity to meet client needs.
For more information contact Colocation America at 1-800-296-8915, email Sales@ColocationAmerica.com, Twitter us @ColocationUSA, and visit http://www.ColocationAmerica.com.
Colocation America leverages our extensive portfolio of colocation services with a powerful IT team to deliver affordable solutions to businesses.