CyrusOne Adds OMEGABYTE Networks As A New Channel Partner
CyrusOne’s infrastructure to provide reliable foundation for OMEGABYTE’s hosted OpenStack private cloud offerings
CyrusOne has announced it has added OMEGABYTE Networks as a new private cloud solutions channel partner. OMEGABYTE Networks offers dedicated OpenStack Private Cloud solutions to enterprise organizations. CyrusOne was chosen as OMEGABYTE’s first data center partner.
“Our channel partnership will enable customers to leverage OMEGABYTE’s dedicated private cloud while utilizing CyrusOne’s superior data center infrastructure,” said Fred Holloway, vice president of channel sales, CyrusOne. “Our data center environment will provide the optimal level of power, redundancy, and physical security required to effectively serve OMEGABYTE’s customers.”
OMEGABYTE Networks Dedicated Private Cloud is a turnkey OpenStack compute and storage solution delivered as a monthly service. Starting with as few as five nodes and scalable to thousands of nodes, OMEGABYTE provides a dedicated environment with a secure web interface for customers to manage their own private cloud. Ease of use coupled with 100% AWS API compatibility makes OMEGABYTE an attractive option for organizations looking for private cloud alternatives to a public cloud.
“OMEGABYTE and CyrusOne share a common philosophy of providing highly reliable, highly secure, scalable, and flexible solutions to customers. Regardless of whether a company selects a public, private, or hybrid cloud solution to use for their business, customers expect the highest degree of reliability. The OMEGABYTE platform, coupled with the CyrusOne colocation facilities, provides exactly what enterprise organizations need for a private cloud environment,” said Shawn Panchacharam, CEO, OMEGABYTE Networks.
OMEGABYTE selected CyrusOne's Austin Met Center II to house its primary demo environment for OpenStack Private Cloud. The facility provides an ideal location for potential customers to explore the dedicated deployment in a secure, reliable facility.CyrusOne's approximately 65,000-sq-ft Austin II colocation facilityis the first of a potential four-phase, 290,000-sq-ft data center campus. Designed to CyrusOne’s top-tier power, cooling, and security standards, the campus is ideal for production and disaster recovery server environments for Fortune 1000 companies.