Global CDN provider Cloudflare has selected colocation provider 365 Data Centers to support its expansion into Tampa, Nashville, Pittsburgh and Detroit, which would improve website performance and security for Cloudflare‘s global customer base.
Web performance and security company, Cloudflare, would add more than 10,000 new customers every day and both protect and improve the performance of more than four million customers. Cloudflare’s Content Delivery Network (CDN) is built on proprietary technology and has mitigated some of the largest Distributed-Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks in the world.
“Working with providers like 365 Data Centers helps make performance and security that much easier for our four million customers,” said Nitin Rao, head of infrastructure strategy, Cloudflare. “365 Data Centers is a carrier-neutral edge data center provider that will connect us to the last mile providers and Internet Exchanges. Cloudflare is committed to growing its low cost CDN and security services, and collocating with edge data center providers like 365 Data Centers. Connecting to the last mile providers and Internet Exchanges located there is one of the ways we keep our costs low. We are thrilled to be launching this partnership with 365 Data Centers because it is carrier neutral data centers that help us deliver on that commitment.”
365 Data Centers has 13 carrier neutral facilities to enable faster delivery of content to end users in tier one and tier two markets. Each and every one of their locations is certified compliant with HIPAA, PCI DSS, SSAE 16, SOC 2 and ISAE 3402.
“There is tremendous synergy between 365 Data Centers edge colocation strategy and Cloudflare’s strategy of deploying smaller footprints in carrier neutral data centers to expand its services,” said John Scanlon, CEO of 365 Data Centers. “Hosting Cloudflare in our edge data centers will improve user experience for our customers and millions more across the globe.”