Synected has chosen to build its network in a totally redundant manner - multiple security measures have been put in place, so as to eliminate any risk of failure. The redundancy of links will also enable your data to take the shortest path and thus benefit from minimum latency.
Synected has servers in a total of 4 datacenters. All data is hosted in datacenters in France on sites which are over 400km apart, therefore we can call our service fully redundant. To ensure domain resolving, DNS servers are also located in datacenters in Canada and Japan.
A dual stack network involves nodes that are capable of processing IPv4 and IPv6 traffic simultaneously. When a node within a dual stack network receives traffic, it is programmed to prefer IPv6 over IPv4 traffic. In the event that the traffic it receives is solely IPv4, then the dual stack node is capable of processing it as well.
To ensure High availability Load Balancing is carried by the Synected network, which spreads traffic load across servers hosted in multiple datacenters. It improves tolerance in the event of failures, but it also improves performance during traffic spikes and optimises response times.
All Synected services include protection against all types of DDoS attacks. Three 160 Gbps anti-DDoS infrastructures have been set up in the Roubaix and Strasbourg datacenters.
Human presence is provided in the datacenters 24 hours a day and 365 days a year, to guarantee that the servers are constantly maintained. In the event of a technical incident, they will react immediately to ensure that your server is repaired as quickly as possible.