This article originally appeared at The WHIR
Data center operator Net Access will host Ubiquity Hosting’s cloud business services from one of its New Jersey data centers, the company announced Tuesday. Ubiquity is seeking to expand its platform to meet growing demand for its cloud and virtual server solutions.
Those solutions will now be offered from Net Access’ 120,000 square foot Parsippany II data center, which offers the scalability and reliability they require to meet enterprise needs, the company says. When it was opened in 2011, the Tier 4 facility was touted as one of metropolitan New York’s greenest.
“Net Access has an impressive track record of delivering high performance infrastructure solutions backed by an experienced support team, and the speed at which they have delivered on their promises far surpasses other providers in the market,” said Clint Chapman, Co-Founder and CEO of Ubiquity Hosting. “Their Parsippany II data center is a key element of our growth strategy.”
Ubiquity shifted gears substantially just over a year ago, launching new cloud services and consolidating its “Servers” brand into its “Hosting” one. Ubiquity receiveda strategic investment from private equity firm Seaport Capital a couple of months later to expand into Europe and Asia in 2014. Those expansions are now planned for this year.
This first ran on our sister site The Whir: http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/archives/2015/04/14/manufacturers-are-turning-to-public-and-private-cloud-idc-report/