NetActuate Unveils Hybrid Cloud Services Delivered From Its Flagship Raleigh-Durham Data Center

 

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NetActuate’s Raleigh data center is certified for ISO 27001: 2013 Certificate Public, PCI-DSS, HIPAA/HITECH, FISMA, SOC 1 (SSAE), and other relevant industry standards.

NetActuate, a Raleigh, N.C. based provider of cloud, IaaS, colocation, connectivity and managed services to both local and globally-minded companies, now offers hybrid cloud business solutions from their Raleigh-Durham datacenter facility.

With core presence in 29 carrier hotels, 21 Internet exchanges and 112 edge PoPs, NetActuate’s new hybrid services connect Raleigh to all major cloud platforms, thousands of Internet service providers (ISPs) and peers, as well as NetActuate’s 28 additional data center locations across the United States and around the world. The company’s network operations team, also located in Raleigh, offers a suite of managed services to deploy, support, and monitor these new services.

The Raleigh data center, located in Research Triangle Park, has implemented comprehensive practices and is certified for ISO 27001: 2013 Certificate Public, PCI-DSS, HIPAA/HITECH, FISMA, SOC 1 (SSAE), SOC 2 (SSAE), HITRUST CSF, FFIEC, CSA STAR, BCDR, and TRUSTe. A key element of the NetActuate global platform would be its speciality in BGP Anycast, a special network-based technology that would allow NetActuate clients to deliver edge computing services to customers worldwide “in under 20ms.”

Direct connectivity from Raleigh to NetActuate’s network Points of Presence (PoPs) in Ashburn and Charlotte provides clients access to a wide range of services from a single, local provider. NetActuate’s connectivity services include cloud interconnect into all major public and private cloud providers, global MPLS, and network services that can provide “low-latency” connections from Raleigh to over 112 PoPs in data centers around the world. NetActuate can also partner with local clients to deliver hybrid cloud services that include high availability load balancing, security services, disaster recovery (DR) and more.