Cloud Computing Infrastructure and Collocation Provider Vaultas Launches New Datacenter in Milwaukee

Vaultas Datacenter Provider

Vaultas Datacenter Provider

Tier III state of the art data center of cloud computing infrastructure provider Vaultas will be able to meet the growing demand of servers, collocations and disaster recovery solutions in the region.

The collocation and cloud infrastructure provider Vaultas Company announced this weekend that it is going to put the tier III state of the art data center into operation in the city of Milwaukee. There is growing demand of collocation space for cloud computing services, cloud storage, data backup, disaster recovery services and application hosting in the region. This new state of the art data center of the company will be able to meet the demands of cloud computing service providers and the small to large enterprises operating in the region.

While talking about the features of the data center, the company maintained that, it is a state of the art data center that meets the requirement of Tier-III standards. The area of this innovative facility for cloud computing services is more than 10000 square feet, which is sufficient to cater the demands of small businesses to the fortune 500 of the area. A multiple fiber connection network is available from different backhaul telecom operators in the country. The data center owns a 48 hours of standby power generators and a reliable N+1 redundancy of all air conditioning and other services, which makes it one of the most reliable data centers in the disastrous situations.

In his statement, the president of Vaultas cloud computing infrastructure provider, Mr. John Unger said, “Now more than ever, it is critical for companies to find affordable solutions to housing and protecting the data that drives their business – We are excited to bring our IT vendor supported, flexible, scalable data center and cloud computing solutions to southeastern Wisconsin.” He further added that, “Milwaukee is my hometown and where I started my first technology business more than 30 years ago – I believe our new data center facility will make Milwaukee even more attractive and marketable to the new technology driven business economy, helping the city of Milwaukee succeed and grow into the future.”

It was further explained in the company statement on how this data center is going to provide a value to the customer of the region that, the services offered through this data center would be cost efficient, fast and reliable to meet the needs of all sizes of businesses.