Hybrid infrastructure provider Data Canopy
has chosen global colocation solutions provider CyrusOne to expand the capabilities of its US-based data center network. Data Canopy has global headquarters in Columbia, Maryland, United States and was established in 2007. Alongside colocation, the company’s suite of services includes hybrid cloud solutions alongside disaster recovery, IT consolidation, and private cloud options. Data Canopy operates across the United States, providing “reliable connectivity, and custom-fit cloud solutions”. With the efforts of CyrusOne the company’s data center network will be expanded to include Cincinnati, Ohio; Dallas, Texas; Raleigh, North Carolina and Santa Clara, California.
CyrusOne has headquarters in Dallas, Texas, United States and was established in 2000. The company specializes in “highly reliable enterprise-class, carrier-neutral data center properties”. It's National IX’ platform provides connectivity options that “drive revenue, reduce expenses and improve service quality” for its around 900 customers, more than 200 of which are in the Fortune 1000, and some of which are in the Fortune 20.
“Partnering with Data Canopy allows us to provide access to enhanced services in our data centers that adhere to evolving industry and customer needs,” explained CyrusOne’s VP East Region, Scott Hanna. “This agreement broadens our partnership to provide local businesses with greater connectivity as well as custom cloud and storage capabilities at a national scale.”
“Our partnership with CyrusOne enables us to deliver a stable and highly reliable infrastructure that is flexible and scalable enough to meet our partners’ and clients’ needs,” added Data Canopy’s CEO, Ryan Barbera. “The newly announced locations extend our colocation hosting as well as private and public cloud capabilities, enabling our partners to deliver the full breadth of Data Canopy’s hybrid infrastructure solutions to each market.” Do you know of any other companies winning new contracts? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.