QuadraNet, Inc. Partners With Veteran Printing Shop, LA Grafix
February 05, 2014 - Los Angeles, CA.
QuadraNet, Inc. is pleased to announce a new partnership with veteran printing shop, LA Grafix, located at 601 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90017-3207. LA Grafix will be displaying poster advertisements for QuadraNet, Inc. in its windows, directly adjacent to One Wilshire and next door to the Telecom Center (530 W. 6th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014), home to 6 data center pods owned and operated by QuadraNet, Inc.
LA Grafix has been fulfilling QuadraNet’s printing needs for some time, but both parties are very happy to be collaborating to further their mutual business interests. “It’s an honor and a privilege to be able to work as closely as we now are with our good friends at LA Grafix”, stated Jordan Goldman, senior marketing advisor at QuadraNet. He added “I’ve actually even had them do my personal wedding invitations, so I’m thrilled, on a personal note, that we were able to come to this arrangement.”
QuadraNet formed in 2001 as a telecommunications provider for Los Angeles and its surrounding areas. In no time its client base had grown substantially and QuadraNet was able to expand its services to incorporate a larger variety of internet-based products and services, eventually becoming a full service data center provider—offering colocation solutions, dedicated servers, cluster management, and complex hosting solutions.
As of 2013, QuadraNet owns and operates 7 private facilities across 5 floors in the LA Telecom Center building, located at 530 West 6th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014. The building is directly adjacent to “The World’s most connected data center building”, the One Wilshire building at 624 South Grand. QuadraNet has a private collection of over 400 fiber strands entering the One Wilshire Meet-Me-Room to a private cage.
QuadraNet has two other data centers across the United States, one in Dallas and the other in Miami. The Dallas data center is housed in a 68,000 square foot facility and features an 80 gigabits/second of bandwidth capacity. The Miami data center, built to withstand a category five hurricane, is housed in 50,000 square foot facility with state-of-the-art infrastructure design and 70 gigabits/second of bandwidth capacity. More information about QuadraNet, Inc. can be found at its website http://www.quadranet.com.