Hybrid IT Infrastructure Provider Data Canopy Selects Colocation Firm CyrusOne

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Data Canopy, a provider of hybrid IT and multi-cloud infrastructures to customers across the United States, has selected global colocation solutions provider CyrusOne to expand its US data center network. Upon completion, Data Canopy’s network of data centers now includes Cincinnati, Ohio; Dallas, Texas; Raleigh, North Carolina and Santa Clara, California.

Ryan Barbera
“The newly announced locations extend our colocation hosting as well as private and public cloud capabilities,” said Ryan Barbera, CEO of Data Canopy.

“Our partnership with CyrusOne enables us to deliver a stable and highly reliable infrastructure that is flexible and scalable enough to meet our partners’ and clients’ needs,” said Ryan Barbera, CEO of Data Canopy. “The newly announced locations extend our colocation hosting as well as private and public cloud capabilities, enabling our partners to deliver the full breadth of Data Canopy’s hybrid infrastructure solutions to each market.”

As a hybrid IT infrastructure and multi-cloud infrastructure provider, Data Canopy’s services include cloud, colocation, connectivity, data storage, disaster recovery (DR), as well as implementing data center consolidation strategies. The company delivers its solutions to industries including government, oi & gas, healthcare, financial services, and small/medium enterprise businesses.

CyrusOne UK

“Partnering with Data Canopy allows us to provide access to enhanced services in our data centers that adhere to evolving industry and customer needs,” said Scott Hanna, VP East Region of CyrusOne. “This agreement broadens our partnership to provide local businesses with greater connectivity as well as custom cloud and storage capabilities at a national scale.”

The announcement follows the news of CyrusOne Integrating network provider Megaport into its London, UK data center, providing enterprises “seamless” access to cloud services. Megaport’s software-defined network services would provide the flexibility to vary connectivity requirements instantly, enabling customers to deploy a network strategy in days and pay only for what they need.

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