AIS Announces Special Offer for Accelerating Implementation of IT DR Plans in Phoenix Data Center
SAN DIEGO, Calif., September 10, 2012 – AIS (American Internet Services), a leading provider of enterprise-class data center, cloud and connectivity services, today announced its AIS Phoenix “DR Vault” special, which is designed to accelerate the implementation of information technology (IT) disaster recovery plans while overcoming cost hurdles. For a limited time, any new or existing client that signs up for one year of AIS Phoenix Disaster Recovery (DR) Service will receive one terabyte (1 TB) of premium NetApp® storage at no charge for one year (a $1,200 value).
AIS DR Services, which start at $299 per month, are available in convenient configurations that may be customized to fit a business’ disaster recovery and business continuity (DR/BC) objectives:
- AIS Virtual DR is an enterprise-grade, VMware-based cloud infrastructure service (AIS BusinessCloud1) with Layer 3 VPN connectivity between Phoenix, San Diego, and Los Angeles
- AIS Hybrid DR is a combination of physical colocation (in the AIS Van Buren Data Center located in Phoenix, Arizona) and AIS Virtual DR above
- AIS Turnkey DR is a fully managed, tailored replication service in which the AIS ProServices team will take care of everything on the client’s behalf, including analysis, planning, configuration, replication, monitoring, and reporting
“Natural disasters like hurricanes, earthquakes, and tornadoes, and man-made mayhem such as malware or even simple human error, are the types of events that can have devastating consequences for businesses that are reliant on mission-critical data and applications,” said Tim Caulfield, chief executive officer at AIS. “With the one-year anniversary of the massive power outage that knocked out a large portion of Southern California upon us, we felt now was a great time to raise awareness of the need for DR planning and show how quickly and affordably it can be implemented in one of the most stable geographies available – Phoenix, Arizona.”
Highlights of AIS Phoenix “DR Vault”:
- Performance: 1 TB NetApp Flash Cache for performance optimization
- Availability: Redundant infrastructure to eliminate single points of failure
- Security: Best practices implemented for physical and network security
- Scalability: Instant access to resources for emergency operation
Advantages of AIS Phoenix “DR Vault” Facility:
- Strong: Tier 3 data center with dual entrance facilities and power grids
- Stable: One of the most stable geographic regions in the USA
- Secure: Biometric access control with 24×7 manned and video surveillance
- Flexible: Multiple options for virtual, hybrid, and turnkey infrastructure
- Reliable: SSAE 16 compliant, SOC 1, 2, 3 audited
- Fast: Over 20 Gbps redundant MPLS connectivity for performance and reliability
For more information, please go to www.americanis.net/phoenix-dr-vault, call 866-971-2656, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About American Internet Services
American Internet Services (AIS) is an enterprise-class data center, cloud and managed services company known for its robust network, security and solutions engineering capabilities that help companies get the most out of their information technology initiatives. AIS operates secure, SSAE 16-compliant facilities in Los Angeles, San Diego and Phoenix, providing geographical diversity and redundant connectivity to create effective business continuity solutions. Expanding its portfolio into cloud services, AIS provides enterprise-grade, highly scalable Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) alongside traditional managed services (load balancing, security and archiving). By maintaining a focus on leading-edge technologies, AIS has become a recognized leader in delivering cloud strategies for the Bioinformatics and Life Sciences industries. In business for over 20 years, AIS is privately held – backed by Seaport Capital, Viridian Investments, and DuPont Capital Management. For more information, visit www.americanis.net or call (866) 971-2656.
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