Digital Fortress, a multi-tenant colocation and wholesale data center provider, has announced its partnership with Telarus, one of the largest privately held technology services distributors in the United States, Canada, EMEA, Australia and New Zealand. This agent-partner collaboration would further source data, voice, cloud, and managed services through Digital Fortress’ service portfolio to all its clients.
Technology solutions brokerage and master agency, Telarus, will aid Digital Fortress in providing clients the ability to grow their businesses with the best-in-class technology including managed colocation solutions, SD-WAN, cloud, mobility, IoT, contact centers and ILEC specialty practices. This latest partnership enables Digital Fortress to empower clients to scale their infrastructure throughout North America with premier technology solutions.
“Our partnership with Telarus not only strengthens our Channel Program but offers the greatest value for our customers,” said Jhoan Checo, Chief Sales Officer at Digital Fortress. “Our ability to focus on growth strategies and minimizing risk with the help of Telarus, will allow our customers to grow within our secure data center and colocation environment.”
Data Center and Colocation Ecosystem
Digital Fortress’ agreement with Telarus, as Master Agent, further expands its fast-growing Channel Program. The expertise of the Telarus team would provide Digital Fortress with customized solutions and unique innovations.
As a supplier for Telarus, Digital Fortress would serve as an efficient data center and colocation ecosystem providing quick access to Digital Fortress’ executive team, competitive global capabilities and secured home for mission-critical workloads.
“We are honored to be selected by Digital Fortress as an agency partner,” said Koby Phillips, Vice President of Cloud Practice at Telarus. “Leveraging their portfolio of nine colocation data center facilities across the nation empowers our team to provide more quality locations for our partners and their customers.”