ColocationGuard, a New York colocation provider operating a data center Brooklyn, is now partnering with Webair, a “high-touch, agile cloud and fully managed infrastructure service provider,” to give its customers access to Webair’s suite of Managed Services.
As a part of this partnership, Webair has launched a new Point of Presence (PoP) in ColocationGuard’s Brooklyn data center, CGNY1. Customers at this site are now able to access Webair’s ecosystem of fully managed services via “low latency,” dedicated cross-connects without traversing the Internet. These services include:
- Enterprise Public and Private Clouds
- Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS)
- Enhanced IP Transit with Built-In DDoS Monitoring & Mitigation
- Cloud Storage
- Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS)
“ColocationGuard is excited to strengthen our longstanding relationship with Webair,” said Ray Sidler, President, ColocationGuard. “With this new PoP, our customers will have even more options when looking to satisfy their public/private cloud and other managed service needs.”
A critical component of Webair’s offerings, DRaaS would allow customers to instantly recover from Ransomware attacks or other disasters with RPOs and RTOs in seconds/minutes. Customers can also replicate data to Webair’s Tier III, SSAE 16 and HIPAA-compliant data centers in New York (NY1), Los Angeles (LAX), Amsterdam (AMS) or Montreal (MTL).
“ColocationGuard has been a valued customer of Webair’s for more than ten years. Today, we are excited to further the partnership with the addition of a new PoP,” said Michael Orza, CEO, Webair. “Customers of ColocationGuard will now be able to directly tie into all of our fully managed Cloud and complementary managed service offerings.”
Founded in 2003, ColocationGuard operates over 60,000 square feet of colocation space and is located minutes from Wall Street. Founded in 1996 and headquartered in New York, Webair’s technology solutions portfolio encompasses public, private and hybrid cloud, cloud storage, bare metal servers, colocation, CDN, security and disaster recovery.