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    Phoenix NAP


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    Phoenix NAP is located in the area Phoenix, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 17-01-2011.


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    EC Suite, LLC
    3402 E. University Dr.
    85034 Phoenix
    Arizona, USA

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    Keeping data accessible and secure is paramount to the success of your business. Keeping your infrastructure costs in check is also important. Phoenix NAP is optimally positioned to help you do both. Centrally located in a city and region known for having an extremely low instance of natural catastrophes, Phoenix NAP is very well-suited to provide disaster recovery and business continuity services. Your servers are colocated in a facility that combines the significant network connectivity of the area with robust security systems to keep your data online and safe.


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