Cloud Based Storage Services Provider DeepWell Archival Services Announces Data Center Expansion with Strategic Partner Bit Refinery, LLC

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DeepWell Archival Services, and IaaS Provider Bit Refinery, announce data center network and services expansion.

DeepWell Archival Services, Inc.

The relationship with Bit Refinery gives DeepWell a strategic advantage over the competition with our cloud based PACS Neutral Archive and disaster recovery services offerings.

DeepWell Archival Services, Inc. (“The Company”), a cloud based storage services company focused on the long term PACS neutral archival of medical image data, announced today that it will be expanding its long term archive services to strategic partner Bit Refinery’s New York data center. This expands the Company’s existing data center locations in Denver, CO, Seattle, WA and Nuremberg, GE.

“We are extremely pleased with the opportunity to expand our partnership with Bit Refinery for our data center and network infrastructure,” said Brian Sobnosky, the Company’s CEO. Sobnosky added, “The relationship with Bit Refinery gives DeepWell a strategic advantage over the competition with our cloud based PACS Neutral Archive and disaster recovery services offerings. Our pledge to our clients is to provide long term data preservation, archival, disaster recovery, and business continuance contingencies for their electronic imaging data over lengthy retention periods, at affordable price points. A rock-solid foundation with a cost effective, redundant, high performance infrastructure is a prerequisite to everything we do. Bit Refinery provides that foundation.”

“We are looking forward to working with the DeepWell team as they continue to grow their cloud based storage and disaster recovery services offerings in the United States, as well as in Central and South America, using our robust data center and network infrastructure,” said Brandon Hieb, Managing Partner at Bit Refinery. Hieb continued, “We are very excited about the opportunity to help DeepWell leverage our global network and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) product offerings to expand their cloud-based medical imaging data management services. Preserving health care related information can be a daunting challenge to be sure. The combined Bit Refinery/DeepWell solution provides end users with superior PACS Neutral Archive and disaster recovery technology at extremely disruptive price points. The real winners are our clients in the diagnostic imaging space. They’re leaving the image data management business to us, so they can focus all of their efforts on the business of providing outstanding patient care.”

About DeepWell Archival Services

DeepWell Archival Services is a privately held technology development and integration company, and North American licensee for German based Telepaxx Medical Archiving GmbH. Specializing in vendor neutral archive (aka PACS neutral archive) solutions, and utilizing software and technology responsible for the safe, secure archival of over 1.6 billion medical images worldwide, the Company provides cloud based “storage as a service” product offerings for medical imaging professionals and organizations of all sizes. For press inquiries, please contact Brian F. Sobnosky at (303) 949-6038, or brian(at)deepwellarchive(dot)com. Additional information on DeepWell Archival Services is available at: http://www.deepwellarchive.com.

About Bit Refinery, LLC
Bit Refinery is a VMware® based Cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider headquartered in Denver, Colorado. Bit Refinery offers secure, scalable infrastructure with near real-time replication, affordable DR/BC service and operational efficiencies that enable companies to focus on their core business. Featuring VMware virtualization technology hosted within its fully redundant infrastructure, businesses of all sizes benefit from outsourcing infrastructure to the Bit Refinery Cloud while maintaining complete control of their mission critical environment. For more information, visit http://www.bitrefinery.com.

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