180Servers Expands into Asheville Facility

August 25, 2010 by  

Web Host ServicesHOUSTON, TX – 180Servers, on-demand dedicated Web hosting provider, announced today that due to their rapid rate of growth, the company has decided to further their expansion into their ash1 facility, located in Asheville, North Carolina. The company has bought an adequate amount of new servers, ready to be installed and deployed into their ash1 facility.

With further expansion into the company’s second geographically diverse location, 180Servers new growth will more than double their current hosting capacity by offering even more on-demand dedicated servers. “We searched everywhere and found two of the best datacenters in the country to allow for the most growth, dal1 in Dallas, TX and ash1 in Asheville, North Carolina,” commented Anthony Morgan, General Manager of 180Servers.

180Servers’ ash1 facility in Asheville, North Carolina, is strategically located away from disaster prone and terrorist prone areas of the east coast. The facility is designed to keep critical IT infrastructure running while even under the most extreme conditions. The facility maintains the best, most reliable level of service possible, utilizing their redundant network and redundant power with multiple backup generators.

“This will not be the last time we will have to strategically plan for our company’s expansion,” said Mr. Morgan. With headquarters in Houston, TX, and datacenters in Dallas, TX and Asheville, NC, 180Servers aims to hold a fast and reliable network presence across the U.S.

About 180Servers
With their headquarters in Houston, Texas, 180Servers brings the most advanced, self-managed, dedicated servers at the best possible prices. Built from the ground up with quality and the customer in mind, 180Servers brings personal support to the web hosting industry with no plans of selling or acquiring funding in the future. For more information about 180Servers, please visit

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