UnitedLayer, a San Francisco-based hybrid hosting expert and provider of cloud hosting, disaster recovery and colocation services, has opened a new datacenter in Vancouver, Canada to strengthen its position as a one-stop provider of hybrid cloud hosting services.
UnitedLayer currently has five data centers in North America – in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Ashburn and Toronto, Canada. The company operates a dual-stacked, high-performance, nationwide IPv4/IPv6 network backbone with numerous networking Internet points of presence (POPs).
“UnitedLayer’s hybrid approach allows a business to take advantage of the scalability and cost-effectiveness that cloud computing offers without having to jettison its legacy infrastructure – whether it be on-premise VMware cloud or even colocation,” said Abhijit Phanse, CEO of UnitedLayer. “UnitedLayer provides its customers with a true hybrid cloud and a vision for a long term partnership, allowing them to plan for their IT infrastructure needs for today, yet helping them grow as their business evolves over time.”
Headquartered at 200 Paul in San Francisco, California, UnitedLayer brings over 13 years of expertise providing enterprise-grade cloud hosting, disaster recovery and colocation solutions. Its customers include The City and County of San Francisco, Wikipedia, Diamond Foods, The Exploratorium, AT&T, Level3 and NEC.