PhoenixNAP Completes 15,000 Sq. Ft. Expansion of Flagship Data Center in Phoenix, Arizona

phoenixnap-data-center-floridaPhoenixNAP, an international IaaS provider delivering dedicated servers, (bare metal) cloud, and colocation, with its flagship data center located in Phoenix, Arizona, the fifth largest metropolitan area in the US, has completed its flagship data center expansion. Organized to celebrate the recent 15,000 sq. ft. expansion, the company will organize an event – scheduled for June 14, 2018 – where technology leaders and IT specialists will gather for a four-hour educational and networking program.

“With additional 15,000 square feet in the building, we are able to accommodate the evolving demands of our clients for additional data center space and equipment,” said Ian McClarty, President at phoenixNAP. “As we are expecting a greater number of large international carriers to move in and as our current tenants continue to expand their businesses, this step allows us to stay abreast of the changes. The expansion work took six months to complete and I could not be more proud of our team for making it possible. I am looking forward to sharing this excitement with our partners and guests at the open house event.”

Data Center Opening Event

Scheduled for June 14, 2018, phoenixNAP’s celebrating event called ‘Data Center DNA’ would include expert presentations on trending data center industry topics including security, virtualization, and data center network. The event will also welcome special guests from Arizona’s “notable” IT communities, including Arizona Technology Council, Arizona Systems Management User Group, Arizona Cyber Threat Response Alliance (ACTRA), and Citrix User Group Community (CUGC).

With support from its technology partners Veeam, Intel, VMware, Supermicro, Extreme Networks, and Ruckus, phoenixNAP will provide an opportunity for attendees to learn more about data center trends and technologies, explore Arizona’s first AWS Direct Connect facility, and chat with “renowned” experts in cloud, virtualization, and data center technologies. All visitors will also be able to take a tour through the data center and see the expanded floor space that will become available to facility tenants in the following weeks.

For more details about the data center opening event and free registrations visit this page.