Introduces a Fourth Cloud Supersite to its Geographically-Dispersed Datacenter Infrastructure in Irvine, CA

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Our customers requested a cloud on the West Coast that could seamlessly connect to our other cloud supersites for cloud-based recovery services., the leading provider of cloud hosting and recovery services, today announced the availability of cloud hosting solutions in its Irvine Datacenter. Irvine is’s fourth cloud supersite in North America – joining Denver, Colorado, Louisville, Kentucky and Newark, Delaware in bringing on-demand resources and cost efficiencies to the West Coast. The Irvine datacenter underwent a nine month renovation and upgrade project at the same time that was recently completed. has emerged as a leader in the cloud hosting marketplace over the last three years by creating four cloud supersites that are geographically-dispersed, certified and connected; providing expansive migration and cloud management services.’s cloud offers distinct high availability and recovery solutions for companies seeking production-ready cloud services.

The Irvine datacenter provides a reliable and scalable portfolio of colocation, managed hosting, cloud and hybrid hosting services for customer’s mission-critical applications. With the addition of cloud, new and current customers can deploy a business continuity solution including recovery from an existing datacenter to the Irvine datacenter or from the customer’s location to the Irvine datacenter. To assist customers in the Irvine area, is also offering extensive physical-to-virtual services so that companies can reap the benefits of cloud technologies more rapidly.

“Our customers requested a cloud on the West Coast that could seamlessly connect to our other cloud supersites for cloud-based recovery services and our teams worked quickly to deliver this solution,” said Craig McLellan, Chief Technology Officer. “We expect to quickly fill our Irvine cloud as customers continue to extend their existing infrastructures for business continuity and disaster recovery purposes at a significant cost savings versus traditional methods for achieving true recovery and failback solutions.” partners with world-leading manufacturers such as VMware, EMC, Juniper, Microsoft and Intel to produce hosting solutions that guarantee no downtime, utilize superior equipment and are backed with experienced technical support for maintenance, monitoring and service.’s PCI Level 1 compliant and SAS 70 Type II certified datacenters provide its customers unparalleled security, seamless delivery and peace of mind.

Join at the Irvine Datacenter Cloud Launch on Wednesday, April 27, 2011 to tour the renovated datacenter and discuss your hosting needs with account executives and engineers.’s CEO, Art Zeile, and COO, Joel Daly, will be in attendance at the event to meet with customers and prospects, discuss’s annual Cloud Trends Report, and to provide their unique perspectives on the quickly evolving cloud marketplace.

About is a global provider of enterprise-class IT infrastructure solutions, services and facilities that ensure clients’ mission-critical applications are cloud-enabled and Always On.’s geographically-dispersed datacenters and Cloud Supersites, coupled with the industry’s top networking and connectivity technologies, provide the highest levels of availability, security, and responsiveness. The most recognized names in SaaS, Healthcare, Retail, Financial Services, and Government rely on’s business continuity, managed cloud hosting, and colocation solutions. currently operates PCI Level 1 cloud and dedicated infrastructures and SAS 70 Type II certified datacenters in Irvine, CA; Louisville, KY; Newark, DE; San Francisco, CA; and Denver, CO.

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