U.S. Based Fpweb.net Expands Global Infrastructure With Sydney Data Center

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Fpweb.net, a managed cloud computing and security services company based in Fenton, Missouri, has expanded its global infrastructure to include a data center in Sydney, Australia.

Fpweb.net adds this Asia Pacific location to its global infrastructure that already includes data centers in Frankfurt, London, St. Louis, and Kansas City. All Fpweb.net data centers would boast enterprise-grade security that includes physical measures like guarded entry with access cards and biometric registration, as well as cyber protection that is built into the entire network’s security framework.

fpweb-managed cloud computingThe new Sydney data center would lower latency for Australian clients with fast, fiber-optic networking and help meet regional compliance and data residency requirements.

Fpweb.net’s global infrastructure would be fault tolerant and scalable while meeting the Tier III Uptime Institute Data Center Standard and SSAE 16 SOC I Type II certification. Each data center includes redundancy in all critical systems, on-site Network Operations Centers (NOCs), backup power generators, advanced fire detection and suppression, temperature-controlled environment, raised anti-static floors, and “100% financially-backed uptime.”