365 Data Centers rebrands, updates major business continuity sites

Aug. 8, 2023
Southeast and Northeast business continuity spaces, were acquired as part of Sungard colocation and network businesses integrated into 365’s ecosystem.

365 Data Centers has added enhanced business continuity capabilities to address customer needs at its data center facilities in two regional markets: Smyrna/Atlanta, Georgia, and Marlboro/Boston, Massachusetts.

Each of these sites now includes more dedicated and shared space and connectivity. This ensures that existing and prospective customers in 365’s Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, and New England markets have access to regional, high-availability business continuity space and all of 365’s highly resilient and interconnected colocation, network, and cloud services.

Additionally, 365 Data Centers continues to provide similar services on a smaller scale at its Carlstadt, New Jersey, and Philadelphia data center facilities to serve its current and prospective mid-Atlantic region customers.

By making these upgrades and rebranding, 365 Data Centers’ Smyrna and Marlboro business continuity facilities now boast 350 and 250 seats, conference and break rooms, reliable PC workstations, telephones, and printer access. These suites are supported by highly resilient critical infrastructure to ensure continuous availability, including UPS-supported power with emergency backup generators available in an N+1 configuration to provide ongoing operations during utility outages.

365 Data Centers’ business continuity services offer customers a solution to maintain, sustain, and deliver on their corporate promises regardless of what natural or man-made event may occur to challenge normal day-to-day operations. This service guarantees 24/7/365 access and includes conditioned space, an Ethernet drop, and offers partitioned walls and individual access doors to ensure security and privacy. All customers gain access to services such as dedicated internet access and direct connectivity into their network or virtual environment located at any of 365 Data Centers’ 20 data center facilities.

An established business continuity plan is about more than just disaster preparedness. It is vital when dealing with confidential or time-sensitive data, making this a required service for hospital systems and regulated industries such as financial services, banks, investment funds, and insurance companies, which are necessary to follow strict continuity protocols set forth by state, federal, and county entities.

“The addition of these key sites will ensure that our existing and prospective customers will have access to high quality, high availability business continuity solutions,” said Steve Oakie, Chief Revenue Officer of 365 Data Centers. “This will particularly benefit our large customer base in Florida and the Northeast corridor.”

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Sean Buckley

Sean is responsible for establishing and executing the editorial strategies of Lightwave and Broadband Technology Report across their websites, email newsletters, events, and other information products.

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