HostDime has been operational in Colombia since 2008 with a sales/support office and a data center in Bogotá to service an array of Data Center Infrastructure services locally in the country. Colombia is the fourth largest market in Latin America for data centers, following Brazil, Mexico and Argentina, and is growing at 20% per year. Specializing in local Colombia Data Center Infrastructure is crucial for local enterprises, businesses, bank institutions, and international companies who seek services locally in the Colombia region. HostDime is one of the few companies who is able to service Data Center Infrastructure physically in Colombia. HostDime is proud to offer all new Colombia VPS, Colombia dedicated servers, and Colombia colocation services physically located in Colombia.
Edwin Tello has been the Director of HostDime Colombia since 2008. He holds a degree in Information Technology from the University of Ibague and is currently working toward a post-baccalaureate degree in Business Administration. Edwin manages the daily operations of HostDime Colombia and has been instrumental in achieving the company’s objectives for international expansion and growth. He believes that a company’s success comes from having a strong and dedicated team, which can be achieved by advancing education and enhancing training.
HostDime's Tier IV certified Colombia data center is located in Bogotá; Tier IV certification means this location must have 99.995% availability, or only about 26 minutes of downtime per year. The data center currently has over 3500 square feet of usable rack space. The primary objective in designing this facility was to ensure both electrical and mechanical systems were efficiently maintained to support scalability and sustain principal performance. This facility features multiple active power and cooling distribution paths, with one path being redundant (N+1 redundancy). This allows us to provide 99.995% availability. The data center is highly-secure, featuring open door sensors throughout the building, CCTV recordings archived for seven days, and entry controls including biometric sensors.