DataChambers Partners with EMC to Support Growth in “Infrastructure as a Service” Business

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The solutions adopted by DataChambers are being used to maximize storage, simplify storage management and enhance disaster recovery capabilities.

DataChambers today announced it is using storage solutions from EMC to support its growing “Infrastructure as a Service” and Disaster Recovery business offerings.

DataChambers has adopted EMC VNX and VNXe unified storage arrays, flash drives and high-capacity disk drives to support its network of data centers. In addition, the company is using EMC RecoverPoint and EMC VMware vCenter Site Recover Manager to provide continuous data protection and any-point-in-time recovery.

The solutions enable DataChambers to maximize storage, simplify storage management and enhance its disaster recovery capabilities.

“We previously relied on a variety of multivendor storage solutions, but EMC offers us a more scalable, unified platform,” said Michael Lewis, systems administration manager at DataChambers. “We now have a storage and recovery platform designed specifically to support our ‘infrastructure as a service’ offers and to handle the big data needs of DataChambers and its clients.”

EMC has created a case study on its partnership with DataChambers that is available at

About DataChambers

DataChambers, headquartered in Winston-Salem, N.C., is a North State Communications company specializing in enhanced cloud, data center colocation and data backup & recovery solutions. DataChambers also designs, builds and operates multiple data centers in North Carolina and is SSAE 16 SOC 1 Type II Audited – meeting rigorous national standards for safeguarding client systems and data. For more information, visit

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