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Announcing new Los Angeles datacenter

Los Angeles, CA – (HugeServer Networks, LLC) Colocation facility & Dedicated server provider HugeServer Networks ( is happy to announce the deploying of their latest location in Los Angeles by Equinix LA1. This new facility adds to already comprehensive and robust network of data centers and space that Hugeserver Networks operates throughout the continental USA. In addition to their headquarters in Los Angeles , Hugeserver Networks operates locations in Los Angeles and Atlanta. The new Los Angeles location provides yet another option for customers who need centrally located data center services in the USA.

HugeServer Networks’s Los Angeles location is highly connected with bandwidth provided by the following carriers:

Level 3, Global Crossing, Bandcon, Cogent, Intelliquent (old Tinet and Neutral Tandem), and nLayer
Our peers are Pacnet, Japan Telecom, Xeex, PCCW, KDDI and ANY2.

In addition to a great premium bandwidth mix, the facility also boasts 24×7 monitoring & 24×7 on-site staff. Power is fully redundant.

About Hugeserver Networks @ Equinix ™

Platform Equinix is where global business and growth connect. The platform provides customers data centers with ample room for growth in reliable, well connected sites that enables them to reach their customers globally so that they can collaborate to accelerate growth.

The Equinix global service delivery platform consists of International Business Exchange™ (IBX®) data centers located in 38 metropolitan areas across the Americas, EMEA, and Asia-Pacific. These International Business Exchange™ (IBX®) data centers serve as a reliable and secure destination for the world’s most powerful networks and companies where they can leverage Equinix’s interconnection and exchange services. Equinix’s dynamic ecosystem enables companies to connect directly to their strategic partners in order to optimize the performance of their content and applications. It’s what we do every day – without compromise.

About Hugeserver Networks, LLC

Hugeserver Networks, LLC is one of the world wide network and dedicated servers providers based in California
. The company has began its business since 2008 under official name “Hugeserver”. The company has experienced exceptional growth and currently hosts nearly 1,000 dedicated servers and co-located machines.

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HugeServer now offers CloudLinux!

HugeServer now offers you the latest in virtualization technology called CloudLinux to address common issues that cause instability and downtime when hosting multiple websites on a server.

With this new operating system you can crash proof your servers.

There were always 2 things that made hosting multiple websites on a server a pain.

  • One was leaving vast amounts of idle resources to guard against a single tenant from over-utilizing the shared resources. You always have to prepare for the worst – and leave idle resources sitting and waiting for something that may or may not happen. Very inefficient.
  • The other pain was keeping one website from causing problems and eating up server resources causing it to slow or worse, shutting down the server. Resources can be drained by any number of problems like a traffic spike, a bug in the website code from one tenant or a hacker attack.

Those days are over. Now we offer CloudLinux

CloudLinux uses Lightweight Virtual Environment (LVE) technology to isolate resources on the server. It prevents individual websites from using too many resources and slowing down other sites, provides better security, and protects servers from issues that drain resources. The technology provides better management of server populations and improves stability and can allow you to host twice as many accounts on one server. Not only that, CloudLinux is easy to deploy and manage since it is:

  • Based on RedHat EL 5.x /  RedHat EL 6.x and interchangeable with CentOS 5.x  / Centos 6.x which means no learning curve
  • Works with all major control panels including cPanel and Plesk
  • Compatible with major hosting technologies like Ksplice and R1Soft Backup
  • Transparent to both the administrator and end user and requires virtually no overhead

If you want to deliver more stability and better uptime to your customers,order cloudlinux by contacting our sales department.

Critical Vulnerability in Windows RDP

Hello All,

This is a notice of an active security alert which could pose a threat to your server with operating system of Microsoft Windows. Please see the alert below:

Yesterday, during Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday they announced a patch for a critical vulnerability in Windows Remote Desktop.

If exploited, the vulnerability would allow anyone to remotely run commands on your server.

This bug affects all versions of Windows (XP – 7/2008 R2) If you have a server or workstation running RDP please patch it now. There currently is no known exploit, but Microsoft believes there will be one in the next 30 days.

However, it is very likely there will be something sooner.

A temporary fix is to enable NLA (Network Layer Authentication). This would require the attacker to have valid login credentials, however if successfully exploited the remote commands would run as the SYSTEM user and not the user authenticated.

The patch is available from Windows Update and there are manual patches linked below.

Thank you for your review.

IPMI Integration!

Hi everyone,

We’re delighted to announce the latest update of our ubersmith and new features!

last week we were working hard to make sure that all the Supermicro servers are ready to be integrated to our customer panel,now our customers are able to gain access to the KVM Console,SOL Console,Server Temperature,Fans Status,Voltage,etc!

before this event you had to reboot your server in a hard way – that could damage your server sometimes but at the moment the panel find the safest way to rebooting your server.if the server have IPMI (all the new servers have) it will post the reboot request to IPMI instead of power distribution unit (PDU) actually it do a soft reboot.

How to access this ?

just login in into your customer panel and go to “Device Manager” -> “View Devices” then you see your devices list.choose one and then you’re able to manage your server easily(“IP assignments,Bandwidth monitoring,Device information,Monitoring sensors,IPMI information and Reboot control!”).

Feel free to contact our support department if you have any trouble using IPMI or questions regarding using it.

Also it’s good to know the upcoming features,we’re working on RDNS control and a White-label panel for resellers!

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