Mac-specialized colocation provider, Mac Mini Vault, has announced data center expansions that include adding a location in Phoenix, AZ and increasing data center space in their Milwaukee data center.
Mac Mini Vault is operated by CyberLynk Network, Inc., and is a provider of data center services tailored to hosting Mac servers. CyberLynk is a family of technology companies that provide data center services, cloud based hosted applications, and business services.
“Mac Mini Vault becomes the ﬁrst Mac colocation provider to open a second location,” said CyberLynk President, Adam Hobach. “Offering Mac mini colocation from a second location is a huge accomplishment.”
SOC 2 audited
Mac Mini Vault will be bringing their Phoenix data center (PHX1) online March 2014. PHX1 is a state-of-the-art colocation facility with fully redundant power, cooling, and bandwidth. The facility is pre-wired with ﬁber from over 20 bandwidth providers. PHX1 is a secured location that features multi-factor authentication, a 24x7x365 trained security staff, extensive camera surveillance, and is SOC 2 audited. This facility is over 1,400 miles from Mac Mini Vault’s Milwaukee data center.
Customers will have the option of deploying Mac minis at either colocation facility. Service features and pricing will be identical between locations.
Mac Mini Vault has been operating out of CyberLynk Network’s Milwaukee data center (MKE1) since 2010. CyberLynk Network has recently begun an expansion of the MKE1 data center that will increase capacity to over 100 cabinets. The expansion will be completed and online later this year.