FIBERTOWN Data Centers, a provider of resilient, high-availability production and secondary colocation data centers, as well as dedicated disaster recovery and business continuity office space, with locations in Houston and Bryan/College Station, Texas, has turned up their FIBERPORT connection. This would provide their production, colocation, disaster recovery and business continuity customers “a secure, end-to-end private connection to the cloud.”
“FIBERPORT™ allows our hybrid cloud customers to access their cloud services through a single port, optimizing cost and security while reducing latency,” said Brandon Perryman, Senior Vice President and General Manager of FIBERTOWN. “By using our dedicated, secure port to the cloud, we can help our clients in a seamless migration to hybrid cloud environments.”
With secured links to the cloud from FIBERTOWN or a customer’s corporate office, FIBERPORT would provide a direct, low-latency connection to Microsoft Azure, AWS Cloud and Google Cloud Platform; thus, allowing mission-critical access to cloud services such as Office365. With elastic connectivity and scalable bandwidth up to 10gps, FIBERPORT customers can access the cloud while avoiding the public Internet.