Atlantic.Net, a high-powered SSD cloud VPS hosting solutions provider, opened its first international data center in Toronto, Canada. In addition, to assist in the expansion a second center also launched in Dallas, Texas.
According to the firm, these state of the art data centers offer integrated colocation for telecommunication companies headquartered around the world, affording customers access to domestic, around the clock support from the United States, and now, Canada.
The Toronto center is fully equipped with high-speed fiber connections and upstream connections to Tier-1 bandwidth providers, making for an unadulterated first step into international territory. The center is carrier-neutral, allowing customers to receive prioritized delivery, as well as providing an exceptional network and superior upkeep to Atlantic.Net's large roster of Canadian customers, and international users alike. The building is operated by Cogeco, a billion dollar data center operator, which allows Atlantic.Net to employ natural resources, making the international data center an energy efficient and green facility.
In conjunction with the international center, the Dallas center is positioned in the heart of Dallas for stateside support for the international center. It is located at the Univision Tower, 2323 Bryan Street and boasts 4500 kW utility power capacity with 1450 kW UPS power capacity and 3890 (kW) generator power capacity. There is also an N-N+1 UPS redundancy and, N+1 cooling redundancy - all operated by Digital Realty Trust, a multi-billion dollar data center operator.
As these centers attest, Atlantic.Net is expanding their reach for customers who want a secure, reliable data center with a native backing. "We chose Toronto and Dallas because both locations ensure that our customers have a domestic location to provide the highest-quality support," explained Marty Puranik, Founder/President/CEO of Atlantic.Net.
Company officials said Atlantic.Net will continue to focus on international expansion to better service global consumers. Now, the company currently has three open facilities, with plans to continue expansion to hot spots of the cloud ecosystem in North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific countries.