Atlantic.Net Opens West Coast Data Center In San Francisco, California
According to the firm the San Francisco center was opened “to meet the growing demand of the developer community within Silicon Valley and local communities throughout California, Atlantic.Net continues to grow its infrastructure and overall commitment to developers around the world with a fourth data center.”
"The Valley is the heart of the developer ecosystem and it is our first priority to ensure that innovative startups in the area have the tools and support needed to further develop and grow their ideas and scale their platforms," said Marty Puranik, President/CEO of Atlantic.Net.
“The 40,000 sq.ft. data center in the heart of Silicon Valley boasts industry leading high-power density and 2N-redundancy. By partnering with Telx and Vantage Data Centers, customers will be able to connect to hundreds of the world's leading carriers, ISPs, and content providers, company officials said.
The company recently announced the opening of their first international data center in Toronto, Canada, as well as a new US-based center in Dallas, Texas with plans to add more data centers, internationally in the coming year.
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