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ServerCentral Releases IaaS, Cloud-Enabled Colocation Platforms

February 26, 2014 - News
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CHANNEL PARTNERS — IT infrastructure solutions provider ServerCentral (Booth 2008) is introducing its new IaaS and cloud-enabled colocation platforms this week at the Spring 2014 Channel Partners Conference & Expo.

The IaaS product is a turnkey offering that includes every aspect of infrastructure, including hardware, storage, bandwidth and networking, that a company needs to run its business. ServerCentral owns the hardware such as firewalls, load balancers, switches and servers and manages it for customers.

Meanwhile, the cloud-enabled colocation product provides space and power now, with links to ServerCentral's cloud and IaaS offerings as business needs evolve.

“It’s not an either-or proposition," said Peter Berg, senior vice president of sales and marketing for ServerCentral. "Rather, hybrid infrastructures are proving to be the right solution for many of our customers."

ServerCentral’s solutions are available through its direct sales team and channel partners including Intelisys, Avant and CDW.

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