Our Network

  •   Data Centers: At Recompiled Networks we strategically place all of our equipment inside the top tier data centers in the world. Our web hosting services are located in a SSAE 16 Type II audited data center, the largest in the world. It is the main exchange for the midwest with over 200 points of presence. We offer incredible connectivity to the: Equinix Cloud Exchange, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Intercontinental Exchange as well as many other key data centers.

    We have the security, capacity, peering, performance, and equipment to meet our customer's needs. You can be sure that our network will never be overloaded and that we will do our best (SSLA) to ensure smooth operation of services now and in the future. We are always looking to improve our performance and we stay on top of the latest security updates and patches.

  •   Backbone/Peering: We are connected to backbones which are all multi-homed with no single point of failure so that in the event that one goes down our network remains accessible. Our data centers have peering agreements with many content providers not limited to: Cogent, Nlayer, Zayo, Hurricaine Electric, Level 3, MCI, AT&T, Savvis, Telia, Equinix, and Mzima.

  •   Redudant Power: Our servers are in facilities which have an Always-On UPS and backup generators to ensure our servers stay online, even in the event of temporary power failure. We believe in the reduction of waste products as well as conservation of energy; some of our data centers have received certification for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).

  •   Physical Security: Our servers are located in temperature controlled secure facilities where access is limited and entry is for authorized personnel only. We can offer PCI DSS certified environments on demand for businesses seeking to process and store transaction data. Each data center has state of the art fire suppression systems located in each of these locations.

  •   Monitoring: All of our services are monitored 24x7x365, and our Origin services are designed to restart upon detection of failure. Every server is checked from geographically distributed locations at varrying intervals depending on each client's needs. In the event of failure, these stations send an alert to engineers, who may then work to correct any problems.

Our Network

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