DynaSis Opens Secondary Data Center in Phoenix for Redundancy and to Better Serve West Coast Clients

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Atlanta Managed IT service provider ensures business continuity for clients with failover capabilities provided by backup data center.

Phoenix is the number one location in the U.S. for the establishment of data centers because of the minimal weather-related interruptions in that market

DynaSis, Atlanta's premier provider of IT services and support for small and medium businesses (SMBs), announced today the opening of a data center in Phoenix, Arizona. The data center will provide instant failover for clients with our HOT Disaster recovery service. Phoenix will also act as a redundant backup site for our data farms in the Atlanta data center as well as primary support for west coast clients.

"Phoenix is the number one location in the U.S. for the establishment of data centers because of the minimal weather-related interruptions in that market," states Dave Moorman, president of DynaSis. "The lack of electrical storms, hurricanes and tornadoes is one of the primary reasons we chose to locate our new facility there."

The Phoenix data center provides a redundant setup for DynaSis' primary Atlanta data center location. In the case of interruptions due to weather or other acts of God, DynaSis customers served in the Atlanta data center would have their operations transferred to and supported by the Phoenix data center.

"For our customers, the transfer of services would be seamless and virtually undetectable," explains Moorman.

Like the Atlanta data center, the Phoenix data center provides 24/7/365 secure access via biometrics. Robust power is delivered via four 10 megawatt feeds from the utility substation to the facility along two different geographic paths. DynaSis' infrastructure is redundantly fed from two power distribution panels (PDBs) on separate distribution paths. A bi-directional closed water loop ensures efficiently pumping of chilled water to our facility from two sides while removing datacenter heat. 36-inch raised floors provide increased capability for air circulation and cooling of equipment than the traditional 24-inch raised floors common in many data centers.

"Continuity of business operations is critical to the livelihood of most firms," concludes Moorman. "Providing this robust backup data center ensures business continuity for our clients. Our mission is to provide fortune 500 level IT to the SMB. This investment furthers our commitment to that strategy."

About DynaSis
DynaSis is a managed IT service provider for small and medium sized businesses in Atlanta, Georgia. DynaSis specializes in offering on-premise and on-demand managed IT service plans, managed hosting and professional equipment installation. For more information about DynaSis services visit http://www.dynasis.com.

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