Hosted Solutions Reception Showcases Raleigh Data Center Additions
January 11, 2008
January 11, 2008 (HOSTEARCH.COM) Web hosting provider Hosted Solutions (http://www.hostedsolutions.com) is to hold an invitation-only reception to showcase expansion of its data center in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA., it was reported this week. The Grand Reopening Party will take place on January 17, 2008 from 18:00 to 20:00.
According to the company, expansion of its facility has made it one of the Souths preeminent data centers. 18,000 square foot was added to the center to provide a high availability platform to support the companys aggressive growth strategy in the RTP market.
Hosted Solutions SAS 70 type II certified data center now covers 31,000 square feet and offers fully redundant electrical systems, HVAC infrastructure, and multi-provider network access deployed in 2n+1 configuration to maximize redundancies. The centers physical security and building automation systems provide a secure operating environment. The center also offers a robust line of Hi-Touch managed services and fully managed facilities staffed 24/7 by operations and engineering teams supporting mission-critical applications.
The demand for managed hosting services is growing rapidly and the Raleigh data center expansion lets us meet that need in a manner that bolsters our industry reputation of reliability, security, and redundancy, explained Hosted Solutions founder and CEO, Mr. Rich Lee. The additional square footage in the Raleigh data center facility will provide Hosted Solutions with the ability to support its existing and new customer growth. Hosted Solutions success has been due to our commitment to customized Hi-Touch hosting solutions backed by an unmatched level of personalized service in enterprise class facilities.
The Grand Reopening Party will be held at the facility and feature comments from the receptions sponsors Dell, Cisco, EMC, and Alert Logic on how their products and services are utilized in the center.
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