Data center provider CyrusOne have partnered with cloud company Lume in a bid to provide cloud-based data center services to customers. As per the terms of the deal, Lume will be hosting their cloud-native customers from CyrusOne’s data centers in Phoenix and New York in the U.S. to offer co-location services as well.
According to Lume, the U.S. market has developed an affinity for data center services after understanding its long-term benefits. They claim that customers can avail on-premise and cloud environments to make the most out of their IT requirements.
With this deal, Lume will be providing cloud-based data center services to SMB customers seeking co-location and hybrid solutions. The say that this move will allow Lume’s customers to select the type of infrastructure suitable for their needs.
Speaking about this in detail, Kyle Verzello, Chief Executive Officer at Lume, commented:
We are thrilled about our partnership with CyrusOne, as not only does this allow 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.
CyrusOne too are delighted with this deal in place. Explaining this, Scott Hanna, Vice President, Eastern region at CyrusOne, commented:
We’re pleased that Lume has chosen to grow our relationship and appreciate the warm reception we’re receiving from Atlanta-based companies.
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.