Atlantic.Net Opens NYC Cloud Hosting Center

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Atlantic.Net has continued its expansion by opening a fifth HIPAA cloud data center in New York City (NYC). The NYC data center is now fully operational and the full compliment of Atlantic.Net hosting and cloud hosting services are now being provided through the facility.

The company’s infrastructure, owned by Telx, has been growing rapidly in response to increasing demand. The new data center was established to accommodate the growing demand for fast, secure hosting and data storage due to the number of New York startups and the thriving developer communities.

Given the target market, it is no surprise that the NYC cloud center has been developed to cater to the needs to the developer community. Atlantic.Net has incorporated developer-friendly features to eliminate unnecessary complexity and ensure the fastest possible deployments. The new features include a host of one-click apps, such as WordPress, Django, LAMP, LEMP, Docker, and Node.js and customers will benefit from superior network speeds.

The new data center is located in a seven-story, 179,000 square foot facility in close proximity to Manhattan. The location has diverse conduit entry points that provide access to hundreds of domestic and international carriers and is in compliance with all International Telecommunication standards.

The NYC data center joins Atlantic.Net’s other facilities in Dallas, Texas; San Francisco, California; Orlando, Florida; and Toronto, Canada.

“With all the investment that New York has made on its digital infrastructure and the technology industry overall, New York City was the next logical step for our company and where we need to be,” said Marty Puranik, President, and CEO of Atlantic.Net.

The new data center will ensure that developers in Boston, Philadelphia, and New York can enjoy faster connections and quicker uploads.

Author: Steve Alder has many years of experience as a journalist, and comes from a background in market research. He is a specialist on legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA. Steve holds a B.Sc. from the University of Liverpool.

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