NewCloud Opts Cologix's Columbus Data Center for its Latency-Sensitive Applications Delivery

By CIOReview | Tuesday, August 25, 2015
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COLUMBUS, OH: NewCloud Networks, a cloud computing solution and communications provider has opted for Cologix’s network neutral data center for deploying its new cloud node in Columbus for closer access to Midwest data origination points.

NewCloud’s diverse cloud solution offerings include hybrid cloud, cloud desktop, backup and disaster recovery, hosted Private Branch Exchange (PBX) and Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) as a service. By deploying its primary Midwest cloud hub in Columbus at the intersection of regional networks, NewCloud also gains a critical interaction point to support its expanding customer base.Cologix data center will deliver complete uptime track record and network density, which is necessary to back up NewCloud’s ultra-low-latency applications.

“With more than 40 on-site carriers, 100 percent uptime track record, innovative security features, and proactive customer service, Cologix was the ideal choice to further optimize the delivery of NewCloud’s maximum-value cloud solutions,” says Kris Hogaboom, Vice President of Engineering, NewCloud Networks.

Cologix’s colocation platform gives flexible, secure and efficient data center workspace in an affordable costto meet its client’s requirements. Cologix implements redundant cooling solutions to enable maximum range of power density and reliability. Its data centers are equipped with UPS and Generator backup, providing additional range of powerreduncy. In addition layered access controls, access record retention, man traps and CCTV installed in its data center infrastructure makes Cologix a more secure preference.