New York-based TurnKey Internet Expands Data Center and Cloud Services to California

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TurnKey Internet, a New York-based web hosting, cloud and colocation provider delivering its solutions to clients in more than 150 countries, has expanded its data center and cloud-based infrastructure into California.

The data center expansion builds on TurnKey Internet’s existing New York data center by offering geographically specific and redundant, high-speed cloud services from both their East Coast and new West Coast facility.

turnkey internet data centerTurnkey’s new West Coast data center, located in Los Angeles, California, offers multiple transit backbone providers with fiber network redundancy as well as physical security features such as biometric hand scanners, IP cameras, 24/7 monitoring and manned building security. The facility also features multiple Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) units, on-site generator protected power, and advanced fire suppression and detection systems.

TurnKey Internet’s online backup service, TurnKey Vault, will now include both East Coast and West Coast disaster recovery storage locations, which offer full cloud replication, bare metal recovery, and encrypted backup & restore. TurnKey Internet’s “high speed” cloud platform, offering cloud-based virtual private servers will also now be offered from both their East Coast and West Coast data centers. Colocation and data center services will also be offered from both geographical locations.

“Extending our data center, colocation, and cloud-hosted services to California matches our vision of giving customers access to a ‘turnkey’ platform that delivers unmatched value and performance,” said Adam Wills, CEO of TurnKey Internet. “This geographical expansion is an exciting step in the development of our Cloud-Hosted platform. Our clients can easily deploy and manage their Cloud infrastructure across multiple geographic locations. This provides a better experience by providing redundancy and performance increases through delivery of applications closer to the end-user.”