Data center operator DEAC, in cooperation with the Lithuanian company Data Logistics Center (DLC), have pooled their resources and created a disaster recovery (DR) solution for enterprises. This DR solution is based on the companies’ two data centers in Riga (Latvia) and Vilnius (Lithuania).

Photo Andris Gailitis, CEO of DEAC
“The geographic location of two Baltic countries expands the possibilities of data storage and backups in reliable and independent data centers,” said Andris Gailitis, CEO of DEAC.

In 2020 both companies were acquired by the Swiss infrastructure investment fund managed by Quaero Capital to strengthen resources and accelerate their development.

Disaster recovery principles imply deployment of a redundant IT infrastructure in a geographically remote data center. The newly launched disaster recovery solution provides colocation clients with the opportunity to choose the main and backup data center infrastructure location either in Riga or Vilnius. This solution allows businesses to continue their operation even in case of an incident.

These DEAC and DLC data centers in the Baltics would comply with the highest security standards while providing efficient network connections with secured encryption.

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Photo Darius Zailskas, CEO of DLC
“It is difficult to foresee the impact of information systems’ failures and recovery times for a company’s operations and profits. Therefore, we are taking steps to prevent potential data loss,” said Darius Zailskas, CEO of DLC.

DEAC is a large independent data center operator in Northern Europe. The company owns two data centers in Riga (Latvia), and also has sites and cloud infrastructure in Moscow, Kiev, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Stockholm and Vilnius.

“The geographic location of two Baltic countries expands the possibilities of data storage and backups in reliable and independent data centers,” said Andris Gailitis, CEO of DEAC.

DLC (Data Logistics Center) owns two data centers in Vilnius (Lithuania), and also operates a backbone network with transmission speed of up to 9.6 TB/s together with partners from Tallinn to Frankfurt.

“It is difficult to foresee the impact of information systems’ failures and recovery times for a company’s operations and profits. Therefore, we are taking steps to prevent potential data loss,” said Darius Zailskas, CEO of DLC.

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