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365 Data Centers Upgrades Tampa Data Center

Businesses colocating or offering connections in the Tampa, Florida, area can take advantage of upgrades to a local data center. 365 Data Centers recently made improvements to its Tampa facility by installing a new 4,000 amp DC plant, enabling stronger, more secure IT services. The new system is more efficient and reliable, allowing customers to expand without interruption.

In order to better serve customers and meet the growing demand for colocation services, 365 upgraded its former A&B DC power system with a new Vertiv NetSure 8000 4,000 amp A&B DC plant with expansion capacity up to 16,000 amps.

“The newly installed power system almost doubles the capacity of the former plant, allowing for larger DC power deployments, while ensuring that our clients’ data stays protected and accessible no matter the circumstances, which is our highest priority. This new plant will enable our carrier, content and enterprise customers to continue to grow and expand with 365 Data Centers, easily scaling without interruption.” – Sam Zurzolo, 365 Data Centers’ VP, Data Center Operations.

Additional Services at 365’s Tampa Data Center

365’s Tampa data center, located at 655 North Franklin Street in downtown Tampa, features redundant power, cooling, connectivity and 24/7/365 security. The facility offers access to 28 carriers, allowing customers to select connectivity services that meet their individual needs, as well as access the Tampa Internet Exchange. 

Like all 12 of 365’s data centers, the Tampa facility is HIPAA, PCI DSS, SSAE 18, SOC 2 and ISAE 3402 compliant. Additional features include:

  • 30,841 square feet
  • 792kW UPS back-up power for AC customers
  • 205-tons cooling with N+1 configuration
  • Onsite 750 kW diesel generators
  • DC power A and B options
  • Direct connectivity to carriers and the 365 fully redundant network 

365 Data Centers’ Ongoing Commitment to its Florida Data Centers

These Tampa data center improvements mark the latest investment 365 has made to its Florida facilities. In 2018, the company made significant upgrades to its Southeast Florida network that increased capacity and redundancy while providing lower latency.

To learn more about 365 Data Centers and its Tampa facility, click here.

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