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HostColor Rolls Out Dedicated Edge Servers With 20 Gbps And 30 Gbps Internet Bandwidth

Published   May 28, 2023 04:58AM
HostColor Rolls Out Dedicated Edge Servers With 20 Gbps And 30 Gbps Internet Bandwidth

Cloud infrastructure provider HostColor.com (HC) announced its new platform for the provisioning of Semi-Managed, Edge Servers in 50 U.S. Edge data center locations. The Edge Dedicated Servers feature 20 Gbps and 30 Gbps bandwidth ports.

South Bend, Indiana--(Newsfile Corp. - May 28, 2023) - HostColor.com (HC) announced major additions to its dedicated hosting services portfolio. The company now offers Edge Server Hosting services fr ... Read more

IN THE STATES: President Biden’s Agenda Continues To Deliv

In the states this week, President Biden’s manufacturing boom continued as Enel North America announced plans to build a $1 billion solar plant near Tulsa, Oklahoma, thanks in part to the Biden-Harris administration’s Inflation Reduction Act.
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Letter: ‘Hello to Fayetteville’ might not be the best id

On the surface, encouraging young adults to move to lower-cost states sounds like a great idea, but a few significant issues make the options far less attractive. North Carolina has a new, very restrictive abortion law. They actively promote the idea ... Read more

Concern, frustration shared by parents awaiting federal educ

TULSA, Okla. — At a contentious state school board meeting Thursday, State Superintendent Ryan Walters didn't clarify if his office actually applied for any federal education grants.

A State Department of Education whistleblower said l ... Read more

Oklahoma Spelling Bee Champion prepares for Scripps National Spelling Bee

Published   May 27, 2023 02:42AM
TULSA, Okla. — For months, a seventh grade student at Regent Preparatory School in Tulsa has been focused on one thing: preparing for the 95th annual Scripps National Spelling Bee.

As one of two Oklahoma champions, Hannah Kauffman will be one of 231 spellers from across the country will travel to the Washington D.C. area to compete.

In the quiet of her room, Hannah studies for the Scripps National Spelling Bee using an app, word lists and flash cards.

"It's been a lot. It's been hard work," said Hannah K ... Read more

Armed Forces Day at Whataburger Field highlights CCAD, other

CORPUS CHRISTI ARMY DEPOT, Texas— The Corpus Christi Hooks baseball club at Whataburger Field invited personnel from Corpus Christi Army Depot to participate in Armed Forces Day May 20.

The depot hit a homerun by hosting ... Read more

The GOP has finally become the Nu-Nazi Party

Nicholas J. Fuentes (C) stands with far right livestreamer Baked Alaska (R) while attending an anti-vaccine protest with people associated with the far-right group America First in front of Pfizer world headquarters on November 13, 2021 in New York C ... Read more

Touring the Dog Parks of Tulsa, Oklahoma: Treating Your Dog

Dog parks provide a unique opportunity for canines and their owners to socialize, exercise, and enjoy the outdoors together. In Tulsa, Oklahoma, dog parks have become increasingly popular, offering a safe and welcoming space for dogs to play and inte ... Read more