Colocation services provider 365 Data Centers has launched a colocation services bundle for managed service providers (MSPs) and value-added resellers (VARs). The new service is called 365 Quick Start and offers colocation services for private cloud deployments, temporary workloads and building new cloud services.

365 Quick Start is a pay-for-use colocation services bundle that enables MSPs and VARs to receive up to 100 Mbps of Internet bandwith from one of 365 Data Centers' 17 U.S. data centers. 365 Data Centers also claims 365 Quick Start is scalable, which simplifies the data center experience for MSPs and VARs.

John Scanlon, 365 Data Centers' CEO, said 365 Quick Start gives MSPs and VARs access to flexible data center services.

"We are reinventing the customer experience into one that fully meets their needs and reflects the way business is done in the rest of the technology realm. 365 Quick Start is our first proof point of that," Scanlon said in a prepared statement.

In addition to month-to-month terms, 365 Data Centers points out 365 Quick Start provides:

  • Access to downtown data center locations
  • On-demand colocation services
  • Online sign-up

Scanlon added his company's colocation services can mitigate risks for small and medium businesses (SMBs) that want to leverage hybrid clouds.

"We are making a commitment to work with the communities and cities to support these businesses that fuel economic development and make up the growing tech hubs where innovation is born," Scanlon said. "Our data centers are primarily located in emerging economic and job creation metros where SMBs tend to incubate, so not only will the businesses sustain growth, the geographic regions will too."

Three 365 Quick Start bundles are currently available, with prices ranging between $800 to $2,100 per month. 365 Data Centers claims it offers a 100 percent uptime service-level agreement (SLA) and secure services for MSPs, SMBs and VARs.