Tata Communications, global provider of network, cloud, security and mobility services, has joined forces with data center services provider CoreSite. It means that Tata will have access to CoreSite’s data center and interconnection solutions across the U.S.
With this new relationship, CoreSite’s data center solutions teams will become extensions of Tata Communications’ team to support its managed hosting and IZO cloud enablement platform in the U.S. As part of this relationship, Tata Communications has deployed a new IZO Private Cloud node in CoreSite’s NY2 data center in New Jersey to support U.S. enterprises’ adoption of hybrid cloud “securely and flexibly.”
Tata’s fully-managed, highly secured IZO Private Cloud would give CIOs control over all their applications by creating a hybrid, high-performance IT infrastructure where different cloud, colocation and managed hosting environments would work together as one. Through IZO Private Cloud, U.S. enterprises also have access to IZO Cloud Storage – to store unlimited volumes of data in “an always available, highly durable and fully secured environment.”
“Working with CoreSite helps us support our customers as they look to drive their digital transformation through the cloud – be it private or hybrid,” said Gaurav Anand, Vice President, Strategic Partnerships and Global Alliances, Tata Communications. “This relationship provides our customers with end-to-end service assurances and easier access to the U.S. market, which will translate into faster time to market, simpler management, and guaranteed uniform service levels across all locations.”
Working with CoreSite would expand Tata Communications’ data center capacity by 2.2 million square feet across 8 of the largest data center markets in the U.S.
Tata Communications is now a member of the CoreSite Marketplace, which would provide a dynamic web-enabled interface, where CoreSite customers can learn of other service providers. These services include network providers, cloud on-ramps, managed service providers, and software providers.