NetActuate Chooses CyrusOne For Data Center Services Hub In Raleigh-Durham
Infrastructure provider cites connectivity, cloud access, resiliency as key factors.
CyrusOne has been selected by NetActuate, Inc, a leading provider of global edge infrastructure and cloud connectivity, to host NetActuate’s data center services hub. NetActuate will connect the company’s global edge platform that extends to 67 data centers worldwide, as well as host their disaster recovery services for other markets from their data center footprint within the CyrusOne Raleigh-Durham Data Center.
“We’re excited about incorporating the hardened features of a newly-commissioned expansion in this world-class data center to further expand our offerings of infrastructure services, cloud connectivity, interconnection and the global BGP Anycast network to our customer base worldwide,” said Mark Mahle, chief executive officer, NetActuate. “As we continue to grow, Raleigh has become our operational center, and we appreciate CyrusOne’s commitment to the Research Triangle technology community. The redundant, highly-connected infrastructure offered by CyrusOne’s data center right here in Raleigh allows NetActuate customers to connect to every major carrier and cloud around the globe.”
“CyrusOne data centers are built for hybrid computing, cloud connectivity, and resiliency, and with their highly-connected infrastructure services platform NetActuate is exactly the kind of company we have in mind when we architect our data centers,” said Scott Hanna, vice president, East region, CyrusOne. “We’re pleased that NetActuate found CyrusOne to be such an excellent fit for their multifaceted requirements and are happy to welcome them as a customer in Raleigh-Durham.”
CyrusOne operates 44 data center facilities across the United States, Europe, and Asia to provide customers with the flexibility and scale to match their specific IT growth needs. CyrusOne facilities are engineered to include the power-density infrastructure required to deliver high availability, including an architecture with the highest available power redundancy (2N).