Disaster recovery company Green Cloud Technologies have launched their sixth data center in Minneapolis, USA. With this launch, Green Cloud Technologies plan to entice managed service providers and resellers to their portfolio in order to expand their footprint in the U.S.
According to Green Cloud Technologies, DRaaS (Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service) is gaining momentum since organizations are looking at better means for safeguarding business-critical data. They also added that this awareness has called for data center services to support the rising need.
By launching their sixth data center in Minneapolis, Green Cloud say that they will be lending support to those managed service providers and resellers in the region that are looking to invest in world-class data centers. They also claim that in order to meet these standards they have furnished the data center with state-of-the-art facilities.
Speaking about the launch in detail, Keith Coker, CEO at Green Cloud Technologies, commented:
Investing in world-class data centers is essential to serving our customers, but we are more than just another cloud provider—we become our partner’s cloud department. Green Cloud takes customer service and support to an unexpected level, so our partners can create and deliver powerful, scalable cloud solutions for their customers.
In closing, Green Cloud said that they are yet to disclose the total space and the investment that went into their new facility.