Tim Caulfield, American Internet Services chief executive, stands by a rack of servers which form the heart of the company’s Business Cloud 1 service.

Tim Caulfield, American Internet Services chief executive, stands by a rack of servers which form the heart of the company’s Business Cloud 1 service. Photo by Melissa Jacobs.

AMERICAN INTERNET SERVICES (AIS)

CEO: Tim Caulfield.

Revenue: Between $35 million and $50 million. AIS does not disclose exact revenue.

No. of local employees: 70.

Investors: Seaport Capital, Viridian Investments, DuPont Capital Management. Caulfield also holds a stake.

Headquarters: Kearny Mesa.

Year founded: 1989.

Company description: Enterprise-class data center, cloud computing and managed services company.

Key factors for success: A 23-year track record; SSAE 16-compliant facilities in San Diego, Los Angeles and Phoenix for geographical diversity; best-of-breed infrastructure as a service (IaaS) with private dedicated connectivity.

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