PacificHost's operations are hosted on the Peer1's SuperNetwork™ which is powered by Juniper and Cisco technologies, and is connected to over 500 networks around the world. The network is a Tier 1 OC-192 Internet backbone with over 15,000 miles of fiber connectivity. It is connected by a series of peering relationships with over 500 other networks and four Tier 1 upstream providers.
When you host your server on our exclusive SuperNetwork™, you get continued high performance, reduced latency, and lowered costs - all guaranteed to give you the most rewarding hosting experience of any provider.
Comprising of an in-hours self-healing internet architecture ensures there are no failure points or blackholes within the network itself. There are multiple Tier III connections ensuring full network redundancy.
The network is setup on redundant juniper routers which direct traffic over a private fiber optic network with Cisco 6500 series switching platform. In addition, a partnership with Internap provides routing optimization and further reduces network latency by up to 50%.
Traditional networks are managed using BGP, a protocol that attempts to improve network performance by measuring the distance (number of hops) between the end user and the server they are accessing. The shortest distance between two points is not always the fastest. Utilizing Internap's FCP-10Gx routing optimization appliance, every path out from the network is continuously monitored for latency, packet loss, route stability, and congestion. This method of routing optimization ensures maximum network performance.
- Global Crossing
- Level 3
- Comcast Peering
- Private Exchange Peering
- Irvine, California
- San Diego, California
- Las Vegas, Nevada
- Hawthorne, California
- Denver, Colorado