December 14, 2016

TurnKey completes New York data center expansion

The company says that the expansion increases the data center capacity by 50%

This week, data center and cloud hosting solutions provider TurnKey announced that it completed the expansion of its flagship data center in New York’s tech valley region. The company says that the expansion increases the total capacity of the data center by 50% and adds additional network capacity, speed and redundancy.

The company says that the latest expansion to its New York data center strengthens the company’s infrastructure. The expansion also upgrades the data center’s cooling systems, fire suppression and detection systems.

Adam Wills, CEO of TurnKey Internet said :

The expansion of our New York data center matches our vision of providing our customers access to best in class enterprise-grade IT resources on a ‘turnkey’ platform.

The expansion of our data center and infrastructure allows us to continue to deliver the best cloud services with increased redundancy and more value to our existing and future clients.

The New York data center was constructed in 2012 and the company says that it leverages state-of-the-art green technologies and high voltage efficient power delivery systems.

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