Information technology and communications provider, EarthLink recently announced that it plans to establish a new data center in Miami.
EarthLink an Atlanta based company is all set to sign an agreement with the government of Miami in the coming weeks. Reports also say that EarthLink plans to employ five to ten employees on site its new data center. The company spokesperson also confirmed this news.
According to a news release, with the Miami data center, EarthLink aims at expanding its data center footprint worldwide. This would boost the company’s growing information technology trend, and also encourage the next generation cloud hosting platform. EarthLink will also expand its cloud hosting footprint by launching it into data centers in Dallas, Chicago, and San Jose.
“We see it in the marketplace every day whereby the IT needs of companies are growing and evolving as they look for ways to virtualize their businesses and strategically maintain if not decrease their cost structures,” said Michael Toplisek, EarthLink executive VP of products and marketing, in a statement. “As a result, EarthLink is continuing to evolve our IT solutions architecture, infrastructure and services. By providing regional data center diversity combined with our national [Internet protocol] network footprint, EarthLink can deliver the performance customers need with the peace of mind that their data is secure in our cloud.”
About Earth Link: EarthLink is a leader in providing IT services, network, and communication services to over 150,000 businesses, and over one million customers worldwide. It is also a pioneer in providing customers with managed IT solutions, cloud hosting, virtualization, security, and support services.
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