Data center companies maincubes
and Colocation Northwest have announced a new partnership. maincubes is a Zech Group company and has headquarters in Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany. The company was in the news in August last year for the launch of its ‘AMS01’ data center in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It offers IT Infrastructure, colocation, and IT security options through its network of European data centers. maincubes’ partnership with Colocation Northwest will focus on colocation and is designed to “complement each other’s data center footprints on both sides of the Atlantic”.
Colocation Northwest is an IsoFusion company and has headquarters in Seattle, Washington, United States. The company is “one of the largest privately held ISPs and colocation providers in the area”, operating eight colocation data centers in the United States’ pacific northwest region. Its partnership with maincubes will be mutually beneficial. Together the companies will offer “high-availability, enterprise-grade security, compliance and energy-efficiency for their data centers in the U.S. and Europe”. While remaining independent of each other, each will be able to leverage the others’ technical expertise and sales capability. This will prove particularly beneficial to American companies hoping to do business in Europe, and European companies doing business in the United States.
“As one the largest private data center operators and colocation providers in Washington State, many businesses depend on Colocation Northwest to accommodate their mission-critical IT infrastructure deployments including private, hybrid and multi-cloud environments,” explained Colocation Northwest’s CEO Steve Milton in a statement. “The agreement with maincubes announced today significantly extends our mutual sales reach into other geographies, into markets showing great demand for the high quality, enterprise-grade colocation services we both deliver.”Do you know of any other companies involved in new partnerships? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.