Under the promotion, a full cabinet with managed firewall security is available for as little as $1,130 per month. Standard cabinet power distribution unit (PDU) unit specifications include a cabinet measuring 42U tall, 42 inches deep and 24 inches (19 inches by 19 inches rail-to-rail) wide, with combination-lock door handles. The units feature 120VAC/20 Amp Redundant (A&B) Power; 20Mbps of Internet access; one cross-connect, valued at $100; a free, $125 value hour of remote hands support; and, blanking panels.
As part of a 24-month contract, CoreLink is waiving its customary $1,195 standard cabinet and firewall set-up cost. The limited-time "Data Center Cabinet Fall Special" cannot be combined with other offers. Some restrictions apply.
Single cabinets at CoreLink's Chicago colocation facility and Seattle colocation facility are one of the primary elements of the company's full suite of flexible and scalable data center hosting and managed security offerings, which enable small-to-medium, as well as larger customers to easily scale their critical infrastructure services to accommodate growth and changing business requirements. CoreLink also offers a variety of managed services including additional security solutions, data back-up options, and disaster recovery services.
"CoreLink created this special reduced-price program specifically to help small-to-medium sized businesses more easily establish or expand their data center footprint in either our Chicago or Seattle data centers," said Scott Brueggeman, CoreLink's Vice President of Marketing and Corporate Communications. "With the increase of reported cyber-attacks in the media, this promotion includes a managed firewall to help businesses strengthen the security protecting their critical IT infrastructure. And, new customers can enjoy CoreLink's renowned relentless service and 100 percent guaranteed uptime Service Level Agreement (SLA)."
The SLA covers all infrastructure elements and service metrics, including power, temperature, and network availability.