365 Data Centers, a United States carrier-neutral colocation provider, has announced the launch of its upgraded 17,000 square foot data center in downtown Nashville and the 365 Nashville Tech Hub, an initiative that provides incentives and free services to local hi-tech start-ups and businesses.
The Nashville colocation facility has delivered 100 percent uptime to clients for the past 10 years, according to 365 Data Centers. The company invested significantly to upgrade this facility with redundant power and cooling systems to continue this level of reliability for clients. The Nashville colocation facility now includes N+1 parallel redundancy power and cooling. The facility also features three 225 kVA Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS); 1.25 megawatts of generator power; and 280 tons of cooling.
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365 Data Centers is an investor in Partnership 2020 (P2020), the Nashville Area Chamber’s economic development initiative responsible for the creation of jobs and capital investments to drive local business expansions and relocations to the area. 365’s Nashville Tech Hub will support P2020’s goals by providing entrepreneurs and businesses with free data center colocation, power and Internet services each year at 365’s expense and by providing services to other local organizations at a reduced cost.
“Nashville is a great place to do business with local educational institutions generating a pool of talented tech professionals across a variety of fields,” said John Scanlon, CEO, 365 Data Centers. “Our data centers are the perfect place to incubate and scale web-based businesses and we are proud to offer pro bono colocation services to the city to help it achieve its economic development and job growth goals.”