Cloud Computing Concepts (C3) has announced the general availability of its new Las Vegas based Cloud Hosting Infrastructure. Located within the world renowned SUPERNAP data center, C3’s third location builds upon the success of its Miami and New York City locations, and strategically extends C3’s cloud hosting capabilities nationwide. This new location will serve as a primary facility for western organizations, a backup and replication facility for eastern organizations, and as a point of presence for both public and private network traffic.
C3’s Las Vegas based infrastructure was designed from the ground up leveraging many of the same philosophies that have resulted in more than 5 years of secure, robust, and reliable hosting services for current clients. At the same time, new technologies and techniques have been leveraged where appropriate to provide the maximum result for every client. It features leading edge technologies such as flash based storage, 16gbps multi-path fiber channel storage networking, micro segmentation, and intelligent capacity management. The Las Vegas infrastructure is also fully interconnected with carrier-diverse fiber paths to C3’s existing infrastructure in both New York and Miami.
“Today is an exciting day for the team at C3, for our clients, and for our partners,” said CEO Rick Mancinelli. “Today we extend our transport network and our hosting capabilities west and become a truly national cloud services provider.”
C3’s newest hosting platform is, like the others before it, powered exclusively by VMware’s industry leading and nearly ubiquitous technologies. The Company’s entire suite of services, including virtual servers, virtual desktops, multiple disaster recovery options, hosted PBX and SIP trunking, and network transport are all available immediately via its new Las Vegas facility and all are backed by C3’s award-winning help desk and managed service offerings.
This article was originally posted “Cloud Computing Concepts Announces Availability Of Las Vegas Cloud Infrastructure” from Cloud Strategy Magazine.