In an effort to serve its East Coast client base, Encinitas-based Infinitely Virtual, a provider of virtual server cloud computing services, has announced the phased move of its backup data center from San Diego to the Boston area.
“While our roots are in Southern California, we’ve been fortunate to experience sustained robust growth and to gain a truly global footprint,” said Adam Stern, Infinitely Virtual founder and CEO in a statement. “We view this expansion as a vote of confidence in our model of meeting the hosting and infrastructure needs of small and midsize businesses.”
According to Stern, the initial move, which is already under way, will be followed by the installation of primary hosting in Boston, an initiative that is expected to wrap up in May. By early in the third quarter, Infinitely Virtual will enable customers to designate their data center of choice from the company’s website.