NewCloud Networks, a nationwide cloud hosting services provider headquartered in Englewood, Colorado, has announced the addition of its newest data center location opening in Phoenix in February 2014. This Cloud pod will be the company’s third location for delivering cloud hosting services.
With the rapid growth of the cloud hosting services market over the last 4 years, NewCloud Networks has announced the addition of its 3rd Cloud Pod location, which will be located in Phoenix, Arizona and will be activated in February. This location will serve not only as a site for delivering cloud hosting services, but also as a backup and disaster recovery site for the company’s primary data center in Denver.
The Phoenix Cloud pod is being implemented using Cisco’s Flex Pod Infrastructure Solution which consists of Cisco UCS (Unified Computing System) servers, Cisco ASA routers, Cisco Nexus networking fabric, and NetApp storage.
“This is a high quality architecture that provides robust infrastructure for Could Computing,” said Sam V. Kumar, President of NewCloud Networks. “We are standardizing on this design for all of our future cloud Pod locations across the country.”
Expansion cloud hosting locations
In addition to Phoenix, NewCloud has plans to deploy Cloud pods in Dallas, Chicago, Las Vegas and New York/New Jersey. All of these Cloud pods will be tied together with a redundant private MPLS back bone with 10 Gig bandwidth. “This will give NewCloud seamless nationwide coverage not only for back up and disaster recovery,but also for virtual servers and desktop-as-a-service deployments,” Kumar added.
NewCloud Networks is a U.S. cloud hosting services provider specializing in the deployment of virtual servers, virtual desktops, backup & disaster recovery and white label cloud computing.