Posted By Rich Miller On July 18, 2008 @ 2:15 pm In Atlanta | Comments Disabled
Atlanta colocation provider AtlantaNAP has completed an expansion with the opening of a 12,500 square foot addition to Enterprise Data Center 2 in May. The new space was designed for enterprise clients, with 36-inch raised floors, high-density power capability and hot air containment systems. AtlantaNAP has now completed 37,500 square feet of a total of 50,000 square feet available at the facility. About 4,500 square feet of the new space was pre-sold, with the remaining 8,000 square feet available for colocation customers.
“We believe this will bring in additional enterprise and corporate customers who are looking for Atlanta colocation with the best combination of facility, security and service for their money,” said Jeff Hinkle, President of AtlantaNAP.
The AtlantaNAP facility features a security system consisting of a 10-foot razor fence, key carded entry, redundant security camera servers, biometric handprint scanning, and armed security guards. AtlantaNAP is built by the owners of Global Net Access, and provides colocation for racks, cages and cabinets.
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