Savvis extends data centre presence - Network Cables
It has opened new locations in Hong Kong and London, with these being paired with expansions at eight existing developments in a bid to respond to the growing global demand for enterprise cloud, managed hosting and network services.
These upgrades mean that the business’ global presence now stands at 2.4 million sq ft, covering over 50 data centres around North America, Europe and Asia.
Expansions to Boston, Atlanta, London and Singapore were completed last month, though the English capital site is still awaiting a separate facility expansion that is scheduled for September 2013.
As well as these, Washington, Dallas, Piscataway, Tampa and Hong Kong extensions are expected to be finished later this year.
The Washington site is set for completion with all leads and accessories in May 2013, while the others are set for July, August, October and November respectively.
Jeff Von Deylen , president of Savvis, said: “Whether it's empowering stock trades in the global market, pulling data from the cloud to deliver life-saving medical treatments or simply sending e-cards to friends across the world, the foundational technology that makes it all possible resides in a data center.
“By expanding our footprint, we're giving businesses additional strategic, secure locations and interconnectivity opportunities for growing their capabilities and core business offerings through infrastructure outsourcing.”
The introduction of these new computer cabinets and data centres will help to boost Savvis’ profile in the industry, with the company existing as a cloud, collaboration and managed hosting services provider for advanced networks across the world.
Its services aim to allow clients to focus on core environments and meet new market opportunities.
Written by Steve Wilkins for Comms Express, number one for fibre cables on the net.
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