Additional Expansion Due to High Customer Demand
KAPOLEI, HI – September 8, 2016 – AlohaNAP, the only purpose-built, carrier-neutral datacenter facility with satellite backup capabilities in the state, is pleased to announce that a new expansion has been completed that adds more than 50% total capacity to the facility. The expansion was necessary because all previous capacity has been sold in the last 90 days. This new expansion space is available for immediate occupancy.
AlohaNAP’s recent expansion meets the growing demand for datacenter space from financial and enterprise customers in Hawaii. The recent tenants were looking to deploy their data on the island and AlohaNAP offers the most secure location to accomplish this. AlohaNAP’s expansion also serves the growing needs for the world’s largest media and content providers who are starting to peer locally on the island.
“Demand on the island remains strong, as enterprise customers look for more suitable locations to store their mission critical infrastructure,” states Robert DeVita, Chief Sales Officer at AlohaNAP. “Local businesses need a partner in the datacenter space as they grow, and AlohaNAP has proven to be that partner. We are committed to supporting the local business community as well as global providers looking to bring content to the island.”
AlohaNAP is located 2 miles inland and over 160 feet above sea level, outside of any floodplain and tsunami zones. AlohaNAP is designed to be the premier, multi-tenant, carrier-neutral datacenter complex in the Pacific. Leveraging its geographic location in Kapolei, HI and access to Hawaii Pacific Teleport, an international satellite communications provider, AlohaNAP is creating a high bandwidth capacity “meet-me” point.
For more information on AlohaNAP, please visit www.alohanap.com.