U.S. data center developer and operator 365 Main Inc. today announced opening of its 17th data center, located in Emeryville, California.
– Patrick Rigney, Founder, Evocative.
365 Main acquired the new data center from Evocative, Inc.
The Emeryville data center is located near 365 Main’s San Francisco headquarters and its San Jose data center and hence adds an important component to the company’s Bay Area presence.
Offering a secured site with complete redundancy in its power and cooling infrastructure, the new facility is well connected with several carriers, including AT&T, CenturyLink, Paxio, Verizon and Zayo.
“365 Main is excited to have another data center located close to its headquarters with the ability to support the demand from San Francisco and the East Bay area markets. Emeryville boasts an impressive roster of companies, many of which require flexible, reliable data support,” said Chris Dolan, CEO, 365 Main .
“Our customers wanted to see our highly available and attentive services in this location, and we responded. We’re proud to deliver 365 Main’s quality and customized service, and broaden our presence in the San Francisco Bay Area market,” he added.
The other 16 facilities of 365 Main are located in Buffalo NY, Chicago IL , Cleveland OH, Dallas TX, Detroit MI, Emeryville CA, Indianapolis IN, Nashville TN, New York, Philadelphia PA, Pittsburgh PA, Phoenix AZ, Reston VA, St. Louis Silicon Valley CA, Tampa FL and Seattle WA.
“Operational excellence and personalized service have been hallmarks of Evocative’s business, making us a perfect fit to join 365 Main’s portfolio, and our customers will continue to benefit from their like-minded approach,” said Patrick Rigney, Founder, Evocative.
“The entire Bay Area market has just gained, by this acquisition, a top-ranked market operator in the retail colocation space, with the operational and customer service standards and experience sought by established enterprises and aggressive start-ups alike,” he added.
Here is more information on 365 Main’s Emeryville, California Data center.