FORTRUST, premium data center based in the rocky mountain region recently announced that Ajubeo, a national provider of enterprise-class cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), has chosen its Denver, Colorado data center for their high-density cloud computing colocation deployment. This development is a result of FORTRUST’S impressive zero downtime record. FORTRUST also owns a 224,000 sq.ft data center which is situated in Denver, Colorado.
According to the industry experts, companies like Ajubeo which specialize in cloud infrastructure prove to be ideal clients for FORTRUST because of their superior potential and on-site marketing synergies which employ hybrid colocation to cloud deployments.
This Partnership also opens doors for various other offerings by FORTRUST including its new data module offering. Ajubeo has already shown interest in the product and now the companies are in talks about their next move.
“The decision to deploy our Denver cloud hub at FORTRUST was obvious,” commented Chuck Price, president and CEO of Ajubeo. “FORTRUST is the only data center in Denver built to handle power-dense offerings like Ajubeo’s enterprise-class cloud infrastructure. FORTRUST has never experienced an outage and their commitment to security is evident immediately upon entering the facility. FORTRUST enables Ajubeo to provide an infrastructure-as-a-service platform that is second-to-none.”
“We are excited to welcome Ajubeo’s industry-leading cloud infrastructure offering to the FORTRUST data center ecosystem,” said Rob McClary, vice president of FORTRUST. “We expect Ajubeo’s expansion potential and complimentary offering to contribute significantly to FORTRUST’s success over the years to come.”
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