CSC Expands Presence in CoreSite Data Centers

Managed hosting provider CSC has launched a 1.5 megawatt expansion at CoreSite’s Boston and Northern Virginia data centers to deploy its Trusted Cloud Servces for a major global financial services client, the companies said today (PDF). Both deployments are fully operational.

CSC’s Trusted Cloud Services include three models that meet enterprise class requirements: off premises public and virtual private, on premises private and hybrid cloud. All cloud models share the same cloud fabric, the Vblock from the VCE Company, a standard rate card and service level agreements. All models are based on the pay-as-you-go pricing model and feature bronze, silver, gold and platinum support tiers.

“CoreSite provides industry-leading data center services that are validated by professional accreditations and exceed availability targets,” said Nick Wilkinson, president, Market and Product Strategy for CSC Managed Services Sector. “Its ability to quickly tailor solutions specific to our requirements has enabled us to create adaptive extensions to our data center portfolio and deliver data center environments capable of supporting the ever-changing, high-density demands of today’s computing equipment.”

“We’re pleased to be able to continue to serve as a scalable platform for CSC as it grows its data center footprint to support its successful product launches and new business acquisition,” said Tom Ray, CoreSite president and chief executive officer. “CSC’s selection of CoreSite for the CSC Cloud and its ongoing commitment to CoreSite represents the type of relationship we strive to develop with every CoreSite customer.”

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Rich Miller is the founder and editor at large of Data Center Knowledge, and has been reporting on the data center sector since 2000. He has tracked the growing impact of high-density computing on the power and cooling of data centers, and the resulting push for improved energy efficiency in these facilities.

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