Hosting and Data Center Solutions Provider QuadraNet Announces Launch of Kent City Data Center
February 22, 2019
Hosting and data center solutions provider QuadraNet Enterprises, LLC (QuadraNet) has announced the expansion of its Seattle data center services with the launch of a new facility in Kent City, Washington, United States. Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, United States, the company was established in 2001 as a telecommunications provider. Over the years the company’s portfolio of services grew and it now offers a broad range of solutions including hosting, cloud, colocation, dedicated server and cluster management services that are available in key US cities. QuadraNet’s latest facility will offer 75,000 square feet of data center floor space.
QuadraNet’s NIST 800-53/FISMA, SOC 1 Type 2, PCI DSS, SOC 2 Type 2, HIPAA, and ISO27001-certified facility is located close to the downtown-metro Seattle area and accesses the network carrier diverse ‘Seattle Internet Exchange’. With robust physical monitoring and centralized controls, the facility has a strong emphasis on security. It offers QuadraNet the ability to “accommodate clients requiring unique space and power requirements at unparalleled operating cost savings in the United States’ Northwest region”. QuadraNet’s full portfolio of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solutions will be made available through the single-story center.
“Our new Seattle location finally completes the puzzle for QuadraNet’s West Coast presence. Now with a Northwest location immediately available (Seattle), this new location is a value-centric option for those who desire, maintain, or operate infrastructure within the Northwest region, and require unwavering network quality and service levels,” explained Dustin B. Cisneros, Global Sales Manager at QuadraNet in a statement. “Security and redundancy measures were priority considerations in the design and expansion of this facility. The attention to detail and engineering of the cooling, power, and networking topologies leaves nothing left to desire,” he added.