This week, data center and cloud hosting solutions provider TurnKey Internet, has announced that it is expanding its infrastructure into California. The company says that the addition of the new data center to their existing New York facility enables them to offer geographically specific and redundant cloud services from both the locations.
TurnKey says that the new data center in Los Angeles, California, offers multiple backbone providers with fiber network redundancy as well as various physical security features. The facility also features multiple Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) units, on-site Generator Protected Power and advanced fire suppression and detection systems.
The company says that they will now be able to offer cloud-based virtual private servers, co-location and data center services from both their data center locations.
Adam Wills, CEO of TurnKey Internet said :
Extending our Datacenter, Colocation, and Cloud-Hosted services to California matches our vision of giving customers access to a ‘turnkey’ platform that delivers unmatched value and performance.
Our clients can easily deploy and manage their Cloud infrastructure across multiple geographic locations.