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New Media/Image server brought online
      #91015 - Tue Aug 02 2011 08:55 PM

A third Media/Image server has been brought online, to help even the load with bandwidth and the animations.

We are very well prepared this year server wise with two primary servers with Hostdime in Orlando, and 3 multi-site distributed active media/static content servers available.

Hopefully soon we'll open up a lot more data feeds for storm data, and bring online the new mapping system. (End of August approx)

Thanks to the donators for assistance getting this stuff up, and tips/donations are greatly appreciated if you find the extra data, commentary, and updates useful.

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