Inerail Expands Into 365 Data Centers’ Philadelphia Colocation Facility

Inerail, provider of managed servers, virtual infrastructure and connectivity, has expanded into 365 Data Centers’ Philadelphia colocation facility to address growing demand for their services and limitations of their previous provider.

Aside from its convenient 3701 Market Street location, 365 Data Centers’ colocation facility would also meet Inerail’s requirements for uptime availability, compliance and access to carriers. 365 Data Centers‘ Philadelphia data center facility is HIPAA and SSAE 16 compliant.

Philadelphia Internet Exchange

“365 Data Centers’ quick response time, flexible approach and skilled technicians allowed us to migrate our considerable infrastructure deployment with little or no downtime,” said Chris Rogers, CEO at Inerail. “We initially called 365 after business hours yet received preliminary pricing and scheduled a tour of the colocation facility within just two hours – that is unheard of in this industry. We look forward to working with 365 Data Centers in other cities as our growth continues.”

365-data-centersInerail has been instrumental in the Philadelphia Internet Exchange (PHLIX), a community of regional operators that offers local businesses with connectivity options to different Internet and network service providers. The carrier-neutral PHLIX is present in five different facilities in Philadelphia, now including 365 Data Centers’ colocation facility, to maximize the number of carrier connectivity options it can offer customers.

This arrangement includes a high-speed fiber optic connection via Inerail to 401 North Broad Street, Philly’s “Telecom Hotel” carrier interchange, to enable greater connectivity choice, redundancy and availability for 365 Data Centers, Inerail and PHLIX customers. In addition to the shared VLANs, PHLIX also offers private VLANs between connected networks.

17 colocation facilities

Inerail is a staple for Internet services in the Philadelphia area, and 365 Data Centers is pleased to have the opportunity to help Inerail expand its business and to grow with PHLIX,” said Jake Zoldan, Vice President of Sales for 365 Data Centers. “With PHLIX, it was necessary for Inerail to have a presence in all of Philadelphia’s major data centers in order to provide a variety of connectivity solutions.”

365 Data Centers owns and operates 17 colocation facilities across the U.S. The colocation provider recently announced the launch of 365 Quick Start, a solution bundle that simplifies colocation services by offering online sign-up and commitment-free terms. 365 Quick Start delivers pay-for-use colocation service that would cater to the needs of SMBs and the channel.