Lume, a fast-growing managed cloud, colocation and hybrid infrastructure solutions provider from Atlanta, will be hosting their cloud customers from CyrusOne data centers in Dallas, Phoenix, and the New York Metro area while offering colocation services in those data centers as well.
CyrusOne owns/operates 45 data center facilities across the United States, Europe, and Asia to provide customers with the flexibility and scale to match their specific IT growth needs. CyrusOne’s data centers would be engineered to include the power-density infrastructure required to deliver high availability, including architecture with the highest available power redundancy (2N).
“This allows us to expand our footprint of edge data center locations into more key markets, but it also provides a platform to provide retail colocation in world-class facilities to SMBs and mid-size enterprise businesses seeking colocation and hybrid solutions,” said Kyle Verzello, chief executive officer (CEO) of Lume. “CyrusOne’s highly-connected data centers provide the ideal platform for Lume’s Cloud Anyware solution enabling Lume customers to have more options in selecting the infrastructure type and data center location that’s right for them.”
45 Data Centers Worldwide
CyrusOne offers its data center services through 45 facilities worldwide. The company provides its data center services to approximately 1,000 customers that would include 200 Fortune 1000 companies and nine of the top 10 cloud providers.
“Fast-growing cloud providers like Lume continue to be an important component of CyrusOne’s growth as the hybrid trend is boosting colocation from both cloud providers and their customers,” said Scott Hanna, vice president, Eastern region, CyrusOne. “Enterprises and SMBs are increasingly reliant upon these providers to meet their infrastructure needs on the edge and the global presence of CyrusOne provides this market segment multiple location options. We’re pleased that Lume has chosen to grow our relationship and appreciate the warm reception we’re receiving from Atlanta-based companies.”