April 3, 2017

QuadraNet unveils 80,000 sq.ft. data center

With the new facility, the company will be able to offer increased flexibility to clients requiring unique space and power requirements

DC Blox

Hosting services provider QuadraNet announced that it has expanded its data center services in Los Angeles and is now offering services within its new 80,000 sq.ft. facility.

The facility is located near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), and features conditioned raised-floor high-density capable data center space. The facility is strategically located with direct transport connectivity services to both QuadraNet’s own downtown Los Angeles facility as well as to other well-known facilities, including the landmark One Wilshire facility.

Ilan Mishan, CEO, QuadraNet said:

We are excited to have expanded our Los Angeles presence and have available a remarkable facility that features unwavering flexibility, unprecedentedly high-availability infrastructure and such robust connectivity to both the Southern California region, as well as across the West Coast in general.

The company says that the new data center is an SSAE 16 Type 2 audited facility. They also claim that it features redundant power delivery along with automated and manually monitored environmental controls that actively assess and regulate the cooling and conditioning of the data center space.

Mishan added:

Physical security and on-site support were key considerations in the design and deployment of this facility, as well as our expansion.

Our clients around the globe are used to responsive and consistently high quality support and we ensured no corners were cut and no excuses were made that would prevent us from delivering the high expectations we set.