CoreLink Data Centers LLC, one of the biggest provider of colocation and disaster recovery solutions with its data-center in Seattle, Las Vegas and Phoenix, is happy to announce that Lunarpages web hosting provider, a leading company of affordable and reliable web-hosting for small business, personal websites, e-commerce shops, Fortune 100 corporations and dedicated customers, has selected CoreLink Datacenters, as their provider in Las Vegas. CoreLink is providing Lunarpages web hosting with high density power and cooling facilities to support their web hosting applications that are requiring more processing power to meet the demand of their clients.
“We selected CoreLink Datacenters because of their high level of expertise in the area of high density data-center and disaster recovery solutions,” stated George Natzic, Chief Operating Officer of Lunarpages. “Our ability to create and deliver secure, reliable and available solutions is the cornerstone of our offering. We sought a partner that has extensive experience and understands the importance of the volume and depth of services we provide for our clients.”
“Lunarpages provides a high level of service to their end-users, requiring power densities at a minimum of 200 wsf,” stated Geoff Hampson, CEO of CoreLink. “Working with Lunarpages we developed a strategy to provide a solution that met Lunarpages’ needs, including modular scalability and flexibility to maximize efficiency. Their position as a premier provider of web hosting services is fully supported by CoreLink Datacenters with absolute security and guaranteed availability. We are excited to be working with Lunarpages. This contract demonstrates our commitment to building relationships with our customers based on their needs today and into the future.”
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