Adds Two New Solutions to Their Cloud-Based Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Offerings

Share Article Will Use EMC Data Domain Systems and EMC RecoverPoint Software as Key Components of their Mission-Critical Application Availability and Recovery Services. introducing EMC and cloud-based BCDR solutions that provide high availability, security, and compliance up to 75% cheaper than traditional BCDR deployments., the leading provider of cloud hosting and recovery services, today announced it will deliver cloud-based services on EMC’s leading backup and recovery technologies. EMC’s data recovery, cloud computing and storage provide cost-effective, secure and innovative solutions and will perfectly compliment’s continued leadership in the cloud-based recovery marketplace. As part of the Velocity Service Provider Program, can leverage EMC’s industry-leading portfolio of cloud optimized technologies to offer availability and recovery services to provide high availability of mission-critical applications to their customers. has emerged as a leader in the cloud hosting and recovery marketplaces over the last three years by creating four cloud supersites that are geographically-dispersed, certified and connected that exceed most enterprises’ availability, RPO and RTO requirements. Utilizing EMC Data Domain deduplication storage systems and EMC RecoverPoint data protection software, will release two new recovery solutions in the next three months – Recovery Foundation and Critical Recovery. These cloud-enabled solutions offer distinct high availability and recovery solutions for companies seeking production-ready cloud services in an off-site datacenter.

Art Zeile, Chief Executive Officer, added, “Our partnership with EMC is essential to providing our customers cost-effective and accelerated business continuity solutions. The Data Domain and RecoverPoint products perfectly align with our intentions to enable customers to achieve off-site data recovery from their existing environment with minimal infrastructure investment.”

As organizations face an increasing burden to meet government regulations, create uninterrupted user experiences, and safeguard against malicious attacks, they require affordable and reliable business continuity and disaster recovery(BCDR) solutions. is addressing the need by introducing EMC and cloud-based BCDR solutions that provide high availability, security, and compliance up to 75% cheaper than traditional BCDR deployments.

“EMC is committed to working with our service providers like to deliver trusted, enterprise-class cloud services that allow our mutual customers to choose the right source for every IT workload.’s focus on the cloud and backup and recovery marketplaces and its corporate goal of providing customers with an Always On experience compliments EMC’s technology and the combination will deliver a comprehensive portfolio of cloud-based business continuity and disaster recovery solutions,” said EMC’s Dennis Hoffman, Senior Vice President, Service Providers.

Customers can learn more and register to receive updates on the Recovery Foundation and Critical Recovery solutions at

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. All products and services are supported by 24x7x365 live expert technical support through toll-free telephone, email, and online chat.


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