VegasNAP, WORLDLINK Now Offering West Coast Co-Location and Disaster-Recovery Services in Joint-Operating Agreement

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VegasNAP, WORLDLINK announce joint-operating agreement that will allow clients of both companies to develop multi-location strategies for deploying IT infrastructure and planning for disaster recovery scenarios.

VegasNAP LLC (, a premier provider of colocation, disaster-recovery and managed IT services based in Las Vegas, Nevada, today announced a joint-operating agreement with WORLDLINK, Inc. ( , one of Washington's finest independent data center operators. Enterprise clients of the two companies can now enjoy protection and peace of mind by having the option of redundant data and business continuity centers in two major U.S. metropolitan locations in the western United States.

Under the agreement, VegasNAP and WORLDLINK will jointly support clients of both companies that want to protect and secure their mission-critical equipment in more than one data center. Together, the two companies have state-of-the-art co-location centers in Las Vegas, NV and Seattle, WA.

WORLDLINK clients now can access VegasNAP's end-user disaster recovery solutions, which include co-location hot and warm sites, voice and data connectivity, and professional services to aid with disaster recovery. VegasNAP's customers can receive the same services and support in WORLDLINK’s state-of-the-art Washington’s data centers.

"Whether it's natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods, blackouts or even manmade events, clients of both our companies can now take advantage of our co-location, recovery and business continuity solutions," Rob Tyree, VegasNAP's Chief Technical Officer, said. "Both companies' clients now have co-location centers available in diverse locations. Our customers and prospects can develop localized and regional disaster recovery strategies that make sense."

According to WORLDLINK CEO Darwin Hill, "This partnership gives our valued clients iron-clad protection against virtually any disaster scenario. It's exciting for us because it allows us to expand our service offerings and provide even greater levels of redundancy and support to our customers."

The VegasNAP and WORLDLINK data centers are designed to meet the highest industry standards. Both facilities are 2N+1 or N+1 redundant, high-security network facilities with 24/7 access to equipment. They feature ultra-reliable uninterruptible power supplies for continuous availability with generator backup to ensure the highest standards of power stability, along with state-of-the-art Fire Suppression Systems and high-end security systems consisting of biometric verification entry and digital remote monitoring and recording systems.

About VegasNAP, LLC
VegasNAP, LLC operates the premier carrier-neutral colocation datacenter in Nevada. The VegasNAP colocation facility is a fully redundant, SAS 70 Type II audited datacenter that provides services for financial institutions, small and medium business, hosting companies, and Software as a Service providers, and also serves as a Point of Presence (POP) for several world-class regional, national, and international backbone networks. VegasNAP is also home to the Las Vegas Internet Exchange (, the only open Internet exchange point in Southern Nevada. VegasNAP was founded in 2009 by a core group of industry veterans with over 50 years of combined experience in the technology and engineering fields.

Founded in 1996, WORLDLINK, Inc. is a premier provider of Co-Location, Disaster Recovery, and Managed IT solutions for businesses of any size. WORLDLINK owns and operates three datacenters in the Seattle region of the Pacific Northwest which services local, national, and international clients. WORLDLINK specializes in customizing IT solutions to meet their customer’s specific needs, from the simple to the complex.

The staff at WORLDLINK has a combined 60+ years experience in networking, hosting, technology, marketing, and telecommunications. With this practical experience, WORLDLINK has the knowledge and experience necessary to remain a market-leading provider in datacenter, co-location, and IT services.


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