Data Center Services
Data Center Services Provider Signs Multi-Year Data Center Services Agreement with DataTree
C7 Data Centers (C7), a provider of data center services including colocation, cloud, dedicated server and disaster recovery solutions, has signed a multi-year colocation service contract with DataTree, an online database software company, to offer data center services.
Under the terms of this colocation service contract, C7 offers office space, cabinets, power and bandwidth in its new Bluffdale facility.
"We were impressed with the ease of transitioning our hardware to C7's PCI (News - Alert) and SSAE 16 audited facilities. Their support team handled everything perfectly," said Eric Smith, president, DataTree, in a statement. "C7's Internet connectivity options and redundant power and cooling systems were key factors in selecting a new data center partner."
The colocation service offered through C7's enterprise-class infrastructure, as well as the company’s continuous network monitoring, delivers high availability and round-the-clock access to DataTree and its clients.
DataTree offers highly scalable online database software solutions that require no programming, scripting, hardware purchase, or database administration. Additionally, the company offers automated data import, list management and database design and reporting tools.
"DataTree can now focus its resources on sales, product development and customer support knowing its future IT growth and security will be backed by C7's proven data center solutions," said Wes Swenson, president and CEO, C7 Data Centers.
The Utah-based C7 is also committed to research in the areas of cooling efficiencies, product solutions and leading edge data center technologies.
According to a recent TMCnet article, data centers help companies establish the business continuity that runs a company's operations. Telecommunications networks, especially, rely on data center services to operate and manage their data.
However, establishing data centers from the ground up is no easy task, according to the report. The reason is that data centers come with operational risks including contractual penalties for performance issues should there be any. This scenario has made the debt funding of a contact center a complex issue.
Edited by Carrie Schmelkin