Green_Bay_Wisconsin

Why Green Bay, Wisconsin Is A Great Place For A Datacenter

Why Green Bay, Wisconsin Is A Great Place To Keep You Data Safe

Netsonic’s datacenter is located in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Why Green Bay, Wisconsin? Because of it’s low rate of natural disasters. You could be in your office looking out the window to bright sunny day. When all of a sudden your server is down. No one can get to your website, your losing current and potential customers. The only reason your website is down is because the datacenter you host your website at is experiencing a natural disaster. In 2017 natural and man-made disasters caused a total of $306 billion in economic losses, according to the insurance company Swissre.

The other thing that can happen is your business is getting hit with some sort of natural disaster. However your only customers would never know. Your website is up and running just fine.

Natural disasters should be something you’re looking at when choosing a datacenter for your business. You can’t stop a natural disaster from happening however you can pick a datacenter with a lower chance of it occurring.

Common Natural Disasters in the USA are:

Hurricanes

Hurricanes are tropical storms similar to tornadoes. Tropical storms form hurricanes, thats why they hit cities and states located on the coasts by the ocean. Wisconsin is a state in the midwest far away from oceans.

Tornados

Green Bay, Wisconsin isn’t in tornado ally. In fact Green Bay rarely experience tornados. The 4 times Green Bay has had a tornado in the last 48 years caused little damage and were on the outskirts of town. Our datacenter is located on the east side city of Green Bay.

Earthquakes

Earthquakes are caused by a sudden release of energy. This burst of energy is cause by two plate tectonics after they release the tension that built up. Green Bay isn’t located on any plate tectonics.

Floods

Flooding rarely happens in Green Bay. When we designed our datacenter we made sure it wasn’t in the basement. That way if we did get the rare and occasional flooding our datacenter wouldn’t be affected.