Web hosting provider Phoenix NAP announced on Wednesday that its dedicated server offering, Secured Servers, is now available in its data center in Ashburn, Virginia.
Phoenix NAP has been gradually adding new services to its East coast data center, launching colocation services out of Ashburn this month. Now, customers can deploy its Secured Servers offering and colocation services out of its Ashburn or Phoenix data centers.
Phoenix NAP recently added firewall and storage capabilities to its Secured Servers offering, including up to 24 TB of maximum raw storage.
“We are thrilled to now be offering our Secured Servers solution out of our East Coast data center in Ashburn, VA,” Ian McClarty, president of Phoenix NAP said in a statement. “With our recent launch of colocation in Ashburn and now Secured Servers, we are excited to continue to grow and expand not only as a company but more importantly to meet and exceed our client’s expectations and requirements through exciting new features.”
Both data centers offer bundling infrastructure capabilities, monthly payment options and no minimum commitments.
“Offering Secured Servers in both locations provides added redundancy along with the opportunity for clients to utilize our premier services on both coasts of the country,” Jordan Jacobs, director of corporate strategy for Phoenix NAP said in a statement. “Additionally, with a multitude of server plans, clients can further meet their dedicated hosting needs.”
Phoenix NAP wrapped up its first annual data center test recently to measure overall facility redundancy and operational uptime, a test which Tom Busha, director of data center operations for Phoenix NAP talked to the WHIR about in detail last year.
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