365 Data Centers Sharpens Focus On Colocation Services For Core Markets
Mission Critical, Caroline Fritz - 6/9/15
365 Data Centers has announced upgrades to several of its data center facilities, the divestiture of two data centers and an expanded customer support center. These moves underscore the company’s primary focus on enabling faster delivery, lower latency and lower cost distribution of content to the edge as the consumption of rich media and video continues to grow.
Building on its leadership position of highly interconnected, carrier-neutral data centers primarily in tier 2 markets, 365 is creating Media Hubs where content publishers, cloud providers and carriers converge in fast-growing emerging markets. To further this strategy, 365 has upgraded several of its data center facilities including those in Buffalo, NY, Cleveland, OH, and Detroit, MI, with new power and cooling systems that provide increased power efficiency and support greater demand. As previously announced, 365 recently upgraded its data center in Nashville, TN, with new redundant power systems, three new diverse fiber entrances and Nashville’s first Internet Exchange (NashIX); a public peering Internet exchange platform for Internet Service Providers(ISPs),content owners, businesses, and educational institutions.