A New Jersey data center owned by Net Access will host Ubiquity Hosting's cloud services. Ubiquity Hosting is making this move in order to expand its list of clients and to provide hosting in close proximity to some of its main New York partners.
The hosting data center will be Net Access' 120,000 square foot Parsippany II data center, which is located 30 miles away from Manhattan. The facility has state-of-the-art heat chimney cooling, redundant power systems and biometric security as some of its key features.
"Our data center infrastructure offers Ubiquity the security, reliability and scalability they need for their cloud applications, and is backed by our world-class support team," said Scott Palsgrove, VP of Sales at Net Access.
Uniquity Hosting is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, so its move to New Jersey provides the company an opportunity to reach a much broader client base than it has before. The new New Jersey data center offers scalability and flexibility, so the cloud server business has the option to scale its operations in New Jersey as time goes on.
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