Bridgepointe Technologies, an IT Strategy firm that provides unbiased solutions for corporate organizations, has announced a strategic collaboration with Element Critical. Bridgepointe’s diversified offering is enhanced by Element Critical’s data center infrastructure, colocation services and hybrid-cloud solutions, which are offered on a nationwide data center platform across the United States.
Bridgepointe’s market reach is expanded by adding Element Critical’s Tier III data center facilities to its supplier portfolio, in addition to delivering flexible engineered solutions for today’s business needs.
Clients may implement hybrid IT infrastructure solutions, either for corporate or production workloads or for high-density compute footprints, in major markets across the United States, thanks to this cooperation between Element Critical and Bridgepointe Technologies.
Delivering Data Center Services
Every day, Bridgepointe’s staff helps tens of thousands of corporate customers make technology purchase decisions. The company is headquartered in San Mateo, CA.
“Bridgepointe and Element Critical share the same commitment to deliver innovative technology that ensures optimal IT results for our customers,” said Wayne Dietrich, Chief Operations Officer at Element Critical. “Together, we can solve customer’s crucial technology challenges with cost-effective and highly-reliable data center services, amplifying the customer-focused solutions for which Bridgepointe is known.”
From high-growth startups to big enterprises, Element Critical provides a consulting approach to computing and storage installations. The data center operator is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.
“Element Critical’s data centers are located in key business markets across the nation,” said Mel Melara, Head of Bridgepointe’s DC3 Data Center Practice. “Our IT strategists are especially excited about Element Critical’s latest data center addition to the Houston market – Houston One. Utility power flexibility extends beyond the meter in Houston, where customers can negotiate directly with multiple utility power providers, a notably unique client advantage.”