For secure, compliant data storage that is easy to move and reconfigure, check out this FedRAMP-certified modular data center

by Brianna Crandall — January 2, 2018 — CPG, a full-spectrum provider of data center solutions, recently announced the release of Secure Blox, a FedRAMP-certified, turnkey, modular solution, with the security of a SCIF (sensitive compartmented information facility, or “secure room”), but the flexibility to be designed in shapes and sizes not previously available in the marketplace. Designed and powered by CPG, Secure Blox offer a secure, compliant data solution option to clients looking for custom, accredited, scalable deployment of even the most sensitive data.

Anthony Rizzo, managing partner at CPG, remarked:

Secure Blox are the next evolution in containerized data storage. They combine the flexibility of worldwide deployment with customizable configurations, while still meeting the strict security requirements of the intelligence community, the DoD, and financial institutions. And, they can be deployed much faster than traditional builds, allowing our partners to scale quickly to meet new challenges and demands.

Chad Towner, senior director, Critical Infrastructure Solutions, stated:

We’ve created a streamlined process for engineering and accreditation that allows us to deliver Secure Blox up to 70% faster than a traditional build. That’s a real game-changer for our clients.

According to CPG, in addition to high-security government uses, Secure Blox are ideal in the colocation setting, allowing a wide range of clients access to not only secure cloud storage, but also secure meeting rooms and storage within the larger colocation facility.

For more information, visit the CPG website. Headquartered in Ashburn, Virginia, at the heart of the data center industry, CPG has been providing full-lifecycle, mission-critical infrastructure solutions for 20 years to some of the world’s most demanding companies by combining and applying the latest facilities infrastructure power, cooling, security and controls at all scales and densities, including modular and hyperscale.