Cloud hosting solutions provider TurnKey Internet, Inc.
(TurnKey) has expanded and upgraded its data center in Albany, New York, United States. TurnKey, which has headquarters in Latham, New York, United States, was established in 1999. The company offers a very wide range of services including dedicated, cloud, and Virtual Private Server (VPS) options alongside reseller hosting, backup services, Exchange email, and ecommerce solutions. The company offers a “100% network up-time and guaranteed next generation fiber optic network”. The Albany center’s upgrades covered power and infrastructure.
Constructed in 2012, TurnKey’s data center caters to customers in over 150 countries. The center has Tier IV features and is located in New York’s ‘Tech Valley’ area. It is a “green” facility, meaning it is powered by alternative and renewable power options, particularly hydroelectric power and on-site solar power. The facility has been expanded to increase capacity, and now has an additional 2,500 server capacity. The Albany Data Center’s features include new “redundant cooling and backup power systems” designed to meet colocation and cloud demand. Other Tier IV features include upgrades to the facility’s N+2 Redundant Cooling systems. Being green it maintains a “zero carbon emission footprint”.
“The latest infrastructure upgrades to our Albany Data Center matches our vision of providing our customers access to best in class enterprise-grade IT solutions on a ‘turnkey’ platform,” explained TurnKey’s CEO, Adam Wills. “Upon completion, our data center is now the highest tiered featured data center facility for redundancy and reliability within 50 miles of New York’s Capital Region.”Do you know of any other companies upgrading data centers? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.