Whether there's a flood, fire, major equipment failure or other unforeseen disruption, companies must keep critical employees and critical data operational
Asheville, NC (PRWEB) July 16, 2008
Increased technology dependence, regulatory compliance requirements and growing business threats--both natural disasters and manmade--have combined to create a recent surge of interest in business continuity planning. Consequently, Netriplex LLC (http://www.netriplex.com), an international data center company headquartered in Asheville, NC, announced today that it is expanding its Asheville facility 50 percent by August 1 to offer emergency office space for customers who want zero down time after a disaster strikes.
"Whether there's a flood, fire, major equipment failure or other unforeseen disruption, companies must keep critical employees and critical data operational" says Jonathan Hoppe, Netriplex's Chief Technology Officer. "With our Asheville datacenter as the hub, we now provide a fully integrated business continuity solution including reserved temporary office space with advanced telecommunications, unlimited Internet connectivity, ready-to-use PCs, servers, printers, even a completely replicated IT infrastructure available at a moment's notice 24 hours a day. It's what our most forward-thinking customers are requiring in order to avoid serious loss of business in a disaster. And by using an integrated approach it's surprisingly cost effective."
Netriplex is a global provider of remote data backup, anti-spam technology and eBusiness hosting since 1999. Its new 15,000 sq. ft. SAS70 certified datacenter in Asheville, NC, offers web hosting, grid computing and server colocation in a state-of-the-art environment with redundant power, cooling, advanced fire detection and suppression, multi-GigE connectivity to every Tier-1 provider, biometric access control and every other amenity of a first-class datacenter. Netriplex operates other datacenters in Boston, Atlanta, Dallas, San Jose, Seattle and London, U.K.
John Thompson, COO