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Company completes migration and upgrade of its HyperCloud platform to its Tier-IV datacenter.
Willemstad, Curacao (PRWEB) February 17, 2014
Curacao Technology Exchange (CTEX) completed migration and expansion of its advanced HyperCloud platform to its new Uptime Institute certified Tier-IV datacenter. CTEX finished the implementation of its next-generation computing platform over the weekend providing advanced Cloud solutions to customers in Latin America and the Caribbean. Although previously available to a select few customers, CTEXs Cloud platform is now available to everyone. Various customers from around the region are now in production.
VCE, CISCO and EMC form part of CTEXs Cloud platform, which offers computing, storage, and application services that can underpin heavy websites and mission critical applications. CTEX launched its Cloud platform a year ago but controlled distribution until it expanded and migrated the platform to its Tier-IV datacenter. CTEXs HyperCloud platform is aimed squarely at the business customer with a demand for Always On availability. The company offers a 100% uptime of all critical datacenter components, which it achieves through the regions newest and most advanced Uptime Institute certified Tier-IV datacenter located in Curaçao, just off the coast of South America.
CTEXs manager of Cloud services, Vannessa Varies, notes that the company is "giving people the same services offered by datacenters in the United States, Europe or elsewhere in the world. Customers have experienced zero down time with CTEXs Cloud platform in the past. The latest migration from a temporary datacenter and expansion to our Tier-IV datacenter, gives customers even greater security and more flexibility to configure complex computing solutions.
To address todays business challenges, global security, privacy threats and advantages offered by the Cloud, companies are now rethinking investments in their own computing platforms and datacenter facilities. With our unified HyperCloud platform we provide an array of options for reducing infrastructure complexity, operating costs, increased speed, and reliability. Our customers demand extreme security to ensure that their data and applications are protected at a high-end trusted facility. Leveraging our newly enhanced Cloud platform, companies and their IT departments can do more than ever before, says Anthony de Lima, CTEXs Chairman & CEO.
CTEXs Tier-IV datacenters are the newest and most expansive Uptime Institute certified Tier-IV facilities in Latin America and the Caribbean. The island of Curaçao offers many benefits including strict European-based privacy laws, connectivity through 5 submarine cables with two additional ones planned for the year, a unique location outside the traditional hurricane belt and major seismic active zones, a multi-lingual workforce, and fiscal benefits for international companies locating their computing infrastructure, data and applications at the companys datacenter. CTEXs is building out 4 massive 71,000 square feet facilities, the first of four entered operation this month.
CTEX is building four Tier-IV, green certified, data centers and an internet exchange point from which co-location, interconnection and managed services will be delivered to enterprise, government, and institutional clients in the Caribbean and Latin America. The company is deploying the latest data center technologies to support high- density cloud computing infrastructures. CTEX offers six core solutions including Cloud, Managed Colocation, Managed Services, Virtual Datacenter, Managed Continuity and Professional services. CTEXs Tier-IV data centers are located on Curaçao, safely outside the hurricane belt and major seismic zone in a politically neutral jurisdiction. The company is funded by local pension funds, development banks, and regional financial institutions. For more information visit: http://www.ctexpartners.com
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