Cloudflare Establishes PoP at phoenixNAP’s Data Center

PhoenixNAP, a global IT services provider offering cloud, bare-metal dedicated servers, colocation, and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) technology solutions, has added Cloudflare to its growing network of data center carriers and telecom service provider partners.

Cloudflare is one of the world’s most highly distributed content delivery networks (CDNs) and an Internet security company whose presence in phoenixNAP’s flagship facility would significantly enhance colocation and interconnection capabilities for phoenixNAP’s clients.

cloudflare cdnPhoenixNAP’s large and well-connected data center facility located in the Southwest region of the U.S. with its extended presence in Europe and Asia would be an ideal location for Cloudflare to expand its network presence. Access to phoenixNAP’s services would allow Cloudflare to boost its service delivery speeds and flexibility.

“Carrier diversity and cross-connectivity are increasingly important to our global client base,” said Ian McClarty, President of PhoenixNAP. “With Cloudflare, we are able to offer them more possibilities to collocate and cross-connect their infrastructure to realize business objectives on a global scale. We are excited to work with experts from Cloudflare on creating new opportunities in the digital world.”

Safer and Faster Internet

For millions of websites powered by Cloudflare, this would bring additional enhancements in terms of speed and security. PhoenixNAP’s IT infrastructure environment would support Cloudflare on its mission to deliver excellent experiences across the globe, while maintaining net neutrality.

“Providers like phoenixNAP help us deliver on our promise to offer safer and faster Internet services to our global consumers,” said Nitin Rao, Head of Infrastructure Strategy, Cloudflare. “Our clients’ businesses depend on our ability to constantly grow our network and our expanded presence in the Southwest at phoenixNAP’s facility helps us further realize our goals and respond to our customers’ needs.”