About ZZ Servers
ZZ Servers is your #1 choice for your data, IT, and managed security needs requirements. We provide 24/7 services to customers worldwide on our state-of-the-art network backbone and hardware. Our network features multihomed bandwidth, with connections to over 45 peer networks.
ZZ Servers is located in a world-class data center in San Francisco and managed through a distributed worldwide network. Because of our distribution, we are able to provide specialized services that are unavailable from traditional data centers and service providers, such as complex PCI-, HIPPA-, and SOX-certified solutions; fully managed data and security services; hosted business PBX; Network Addressed Storage (NAS); comprehensive data analysis; and more.
ZZ Servers is family owned and has no investors or debt; it was created as a partnership between DMZ Services, Inc. and Zen Dzign. DMZ Services, Inc. is a San Francisco-based full-service systems and security company, with services available for worldwide on-site or remote Internet support. Zen Dzign is a custom Web application design and hosting firm. These days, financial security is paramount to the success and stability of any business. In the past few years, financial security or lack of it has been the catalyst behind many mergers and acquisitions in the hosting world. ZZ Servers sound finances and our lack of debt are our cornerstones to stability.
ZZ Servers features multihomed bandwidth, with connections to over 40 networks. We route traffic over major Tier 1 Internet backbones such as UUNet, Level 3, NTT/Verio, AboveNet, and PAIX, with no low-quality bandwidth and plenty of network capacity for maximum reliability and scalability.
Our network also peers with 37+ networks at the Switch and Data PAIX (Peering and Internet Exchange) in Palo Alto, including Yahoo, Microsoft, Cogent/PSInet, Akamai, UltraDNS, CENIC/CalREN2 (University of California system and Stanford), and Japan Telecom. PAIX is the largest Internet exchange point in the world, where major telecom carriers, Internet providers, and content networks exchange Internet traffic.