Our data center (code named DLLSTX2) is located in the heart of downtown Dallas, TX. It is in a Tier 3+ facility on the same protected power grid as Dallas 911 and the local hospitals. This means we are exempt from rolling blackouts that historically have been an occurrence due to the Texas summer heat. Power is sent to the data center from four different substations, requiring all four substations to go offline before power to the building is interrupted. Additionally, the data center is serviced by water feeds from the north and south of the building.
The public network connects your servers to the Internet through multiple Tier 1 carriers to optimize routes, minimize latency, and increase redundancy. Fiber blend by Internap, CenturyLink, Cogent, and others provides excess of 100Gbps capacity.
Located on the Dallas 911 power grid, the entire electrical system is built out to true (2N) redundancy. Multiple automated failovers ensure our clients have continuous operation, even during extreme conditions.
Rad Web Hosting makes every effort possible to reduce its carbon footprint and conserve energy, including taking old hardware offline in favor of more energy efficient infrastructure. We only offer the newest, most efficient dedicated servers.
Our Dallas facility is SAS-70 Type II and SSAE-16 certified and SOC compliant, making it an ideal location for enterprise applications.
Native DDoS filtering provides protection against most denial of service attacks to all services on our network. Enterprise DDoS protection is also available up to 500Gbps.
Formerly the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, our infrastructure resides in the most secure data center in the central United States, featuring 24/7 on-site security and biometric scanning.