Cloud Computing Concepts (C3), a provider of cloud hosting and on-site technology solutions, and Atlantic Broadband, a provider of Internet, phone and TV services to both businesses and residents in the greater Miami area as well as Western Pennsylvania, Maryland/Delaware, and Aiken, S.C., have entered into a strategic partnership.
This partnership would enable the two companies to deliver cost-effective service offerings across a single managed network connection. The alliance provides clients with a simplified process for procuring services such as virtual desktops and virtual servers, replication for disaster recovery, data center colocation and disaster recovery suites, metro Ethernet connectivity, Internet access, Voice and Hosted PBX.
To further enhance the power of the alliance, the companies have also agreed to integrate their helpdesks to provide customers with 24×7 monitoring and on-site service and support.
Data Centers Miami and New York
“We are excited to announce our alliance with Atlantic Broadband,” said Rick Mancinelli, CEO of Cloud Computing Concepts. “While many provider’s service assurance ends at the customer handoff, our alliance with Atlantic Broadband allows us to not only deliver a multitude of solutions but also support the customer down to the individual desktop or telephone. In short, C3 and Atlantic Broadband will manage and take responsibility for the entire customer experience end-to-end.”
C3 currently operates data centers in Miami, Fla. and New York, N.Y. Additional data centers are scheduled to open in early 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada and New England. C3 provides on-demand access to computing resources with flexible pay-as-you-go billing.
Atlantic Broadband, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cogeco Cable Inc. (TSX: CCA), is one of the largest cable operators in the United States, based on number of Basic Cable customers served. The company provides TV, Internet and Phone services to more than 230,000 residential and business customers.