Washington D.C. hosting location

Our Washington D.C. game server hosting location is ideally located for American customers on the east coast.
We make use of the Leaseweb EvoSwitch datacenter, which provides us with a premium network with a capacity of over 5.5 Tbps.

It is unquestionably the best place for a server on the east coast because it is connected with 36 internet exchanges located in Amsterdam, Ashburn, Atlanta, Bratislava, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Chicago, Copenhagen, Dallas, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Kiev, London, Los Angeles, Luxembourg, Madrid, Miami, Milan, New York, Oslo, Palo Alto, Paris, Prague, Stockholm, San Jose, Singapore, Toronto, Vienna, Warsaw and Zurich.
and thus provides great pings for gamers all over the world.

The network is completely redundant and uses 2 different core routers: One CRS-3 Cisco and one Juniper MX-960 3D core router to provide superior network performance with the lowest ping times and the best stability!

WDC-01 is completely carbon neutral and only uses sustainable energy.

  • Transit Providers: Abovenet, Atrato, Belgacom, Cable and Wireless, Cogent, Cox communications, Deutsche Telekom, France Telecom, Equinix, Global Crossing, Globalnet, Init7, Interoute, Iptransit, Jazztel, KPN telecom, Kabel Deutschland, Level3, Megafon, NTT, Neo Telecoms, Portugal Telecom, (RETN) Real Time Network, Romania data systems, Tata Telecommunications, Telecom Italia, Telefonica, Telia Sonera and Hurricane Electric.
  • 99.99999 % Network Core Uptime since 2007
  • A PUE of 1.3
  • Premium connectivity thanks to presence of 50+ carriers and leading Internet Exchanges
  • Completely Redundant network with premium quality Cisco CRS-3 & Juniper MX-960 3D core-routers.
  • Multiple Redundant 10GE and 100GE transit and peering uplinks
  • Full IPv6 support with native connectivity
  • Present in the 20 largest Internet hubs in Europe (Amsterdam, Budapest, Bucharest, Bratislava, Brussels, Copenhagen, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Kiev, London, Luxembourg, Madrid, Milan, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Stockholm, Vienna, Warsaw and Zurich)
  • Present in the 11 largest Internet hubs in North America (Ashburn, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Palo Alto, San José, Toronto and Washington D.C.)