Phoenix NAP Secured Servers Available in Ashburn, Virginia

Phoenix NAP announced the unveiling of its Secured Servers offering from its newest data centre in Ashburn, Virginia.

The release of its dedicated server offerings on the East coast contributes towards its plan of expanding to cover the whole of the continental United States. Customers can now deploy its Secured Servers offerings from the new Ashburn centre of its main centre in the Phoenix area.

Alongside its Secured Servers, clients can take advantage of added storage and firewall services. Customers have access to 24 TB of raw storage, if they so desire.

The president of Phoenix NAP, Ian McClarty, released a statement saying, “We are thrilled to now be offering our Secured Servers solution out of our East Coast data center in Ashburn, VA.” He continued to say in his statement on the subject of the company’s strategic expansion, “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 of the company’s centres have tailored infrastructure capabilities complete with flexible payment options. When clients use these services, they do not have to make any major commitments.

Jordan Jacobs, who is the director of corporate strategy for the organisation, said in his own statement, “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.” He continued to say, “Additionally, with a multitude of server plans, clients can further meet their dedicated hosting needs.”

Observers expect the Ashburn centre to acquire major success for the company after the advances made in the wake of its Phoenix centre. A test last year to measure the sustainability of the original Phoenix centre indicated positive results for the company, as well as clients.

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