Digital Realty Teams Up with Tata Communications to Deliver Agile, Seamless Connectivity
FREMONT, CA: Digital Realty, a provider of data center, colocation and interconnection solutions, announces its partnership with Tata Communications to offer a new state-of-the-art connectivity solution in Digital Reality’s data center in Hillsboro, Oregon. The partnership aims at enhancing customer demand for high-bandwidth services and enterprise- grade applications across U.S and Asia.
Digital Realty delivers client-driven data center and colocation solutions by providing secure, reliable and cost effective facilities to meet client’s unique data center needs. Digital Realty's clients include domestic and international companies across multiple industry verticals ranging from information technology and Internet enterprises, to manufacturing and financial services.
The Hillsboro data center is located at 15 miles from downtown Portland, and stretched over an area of 52,000 square-feet making it unique in its resiliency and efficiency. It accommodates power-intensive applications by additionally supporting client loads of 325 watts per square foot, using a 2N+1 UPS design.
Further, the Digital Realty's West Coast portfolio consists of 32 data centers across Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Oakland, San Francisco and Silicon Valley. The introduction to the state-of-the-art connectivity solution provides a global connectivity bridge to a unique network of densely connected ecosystems. The acquisition of Telx metro further connects many of the company’s West Coast campuses. The colocation facilities provide top-notch facilities and operational expertise to maintain computing infrastructure and assist companies with questions or issues.
"Hillsboro is a growing hotspot for businesses, both large and small," says Genius Wong, President, Global Network, Cloud and Data Center Services at Tata Communications. "We are happy to extend our international transmission and IP network point-of-presence in Hillsboro, Oregon. This partnership will support the broadening of the customer base for both organizations.”
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