U.S. Colocation Provider 365 Data Centers Introduces Compact Cabinets

365 Data Centers, a United States colocation provider, has announced the availability of Compact Cabinets across its footprint of 17 U.S. data centers. Compact Cabinets, about one-third the size of standard cabinets, would be a good option for small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBs), systems integrators, and managed service providers (MSPs) that do not need a full-sized cabinet.

365-data-centers“SMBs, integrators and MSPs need both dedicated colocation and cloud services,” said Keao Caindec, CMO, 365 Data Centers. “Our Compact Cabinets are a cost-effective alternative for businesses that are not ready to put their mission-critical applications in public cloud hosting environments. They need a hybrid environment. Our Compact Cabinets and 365 Cloud Storage are a perfect combination for businesses that want an easier and more cost effective way to improve the security and performance of their IT systems.”

365’s Compact Cabinets include features that would make it easy to get started in colocation:

  • One-third size locking cabinet (14 RU x 24″ x 36″)
  • 1Mbps of Internet service with burstable pricing options
  • One cross connect
  • Primary AC power with 120 volts x 15 amps
  • 100% service availability SLA.

Compact Cabinets are available now in all 17 U.S. markets. 365 Data Centers also offers standard cabinets and custom cages or suites for clients who need them. The company’ facilities are HIPAA and SSAE 16 compliant and feature power, cooling, connectivity and security 24 hours per day, 7 days per week and 365 days per year with multiple carrier options.

In September of this year, 365 Data Centers introduced 365 Cloud Storage, an on-demand cloud storage-as-a-service available locally in all of its data centers. Customers that use 365’s cloud storage reduce their need for colocation space by offloading storage infrastructure management to 365.

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