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RackNerd, IaaS Provider Introduces AMD Ryzen and AMD EPYC Dedicated Servers

Los Angeles, CA., March 28, 2020 — RackNerd, an infrastructure as a service provider, has announced the launch of its new product offering: AMD Ryzen and AMD EPYC dedicated servers. With a sensible approach to security and performance, this new product offering will allude to the needs of its enterprise and high-compute hosting customers that […]

RackNerd Announces Launch of 10Gbps Unmetered Servers in Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA., March 25, 2020 — RackNerd, a global hosting provider has announced the launch of its 10Gbps unmetered dedicated servers in Los Angeles. With 10Gbps server options now available for deployment in both New Jersey and Los Angeles, RackNerd delivers high-bandwidth solutions to clients with specific network latency requirements. RackNerd’s expansion to offer […]

Dallas Dedicated Servers – Dedicated Servers in Dallas

Premium Dedicated Servers Available at RackNerd’s Dallas Facility RackNerd’s Dallas data center, located within the Tierpoint facility at 3000 Irving Blvd., Dallas, TX 75247 was designed with reliability, performance, and support in mind – the key ingredients to any RackNerd facility. Redundant power, network, and security systems ensure that services and businesses remain online. Superior […]

IPv4 vs. IPv6

Internet protocol address, or IP, is a way of assigning a label to the devices on the internet. This protocol allows us to uniquely identify every device that is connected to the internet. This, in turn, lets a device virtually connect to another device on the internet for the transmission of data. There are two […]

How To Run A MTR

What is an MTR? Network administration and troubleshooting go hand in hand! If you are a network administrator, you would probably be aware of the two most popular troubleshooting tools, Ping and Traceroute. The latest in the series is My Traceroute (MTR) originally Matt’s traceroute. It has evolved to become one of the most popular […]