Greatresponder.com on August 24, 2012 : Web hosting Peak 10 Company is very popular for its fabulous web hosting services in United States of America. It has announced on Thursday August 23, 2012 that they are going to expand their Atlanta Collocation and technology center in two phases of newly launched expansion project for the same. It was further informed that initially this project would consist of two phases i.e. Phase-I &II.
This project has been initiated in the wake of company’s aggressive marketing and business expansion policy to get reasonable share of cloud hosting market. Peak 10 web hosting is pursuing its strategy towards managed services and cloud services along with its existing web hosting services.
It was further detailed by the statement of the company that first phase of the project would comprise of installation of new cloud cluster along with an addition of an area of about 25,000 square feet of state of the art space to its existing Atlanta data center. While on the other hand, in phase-II of the project other than existing data centers, third one would be built in Atlanta region. The details of this phase would be made public later this year.
The vice president and general manager of Peak 10 web hosting company Atlanta region Mr. Matt Searfoss, in his statement said, “The demand from the greater Atlanta business community has been the driver for our expansion. The strategy to outsource network infrastructure, ensure business continuity through redundant systems, and reduce power consumption are driving more customers to leverage our cloud capabilities.”
It was also maintained further in the announcement that these expansion project phases are being carried out in partnership with big technology partners likes VMware, Cisco, and EMC etc. This infrastructure would improve the performance and availability of the network for the customers.
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