Denver, Colorado – (The Hosting News) – August 26, 2008 – Colocation, managed hosting, disaster recovery and IP network services, Data393, has entered into an agreement to deliver high density colocation services to business and technology public pension organization services firm, Sagitec Solutions.
Brett Jones, General Manager of Data393 noted, ”Businesses such as Sagitec are increasingly seeking more power and cooling to support high density blade technology and high density hosting applications. We’re pleased to provide access and services from our 30,000-square-foot data center to provide Sagitec with a customized solution to help it deliver benefit program administration to its plan members and participating employees nationwide.”
Sagitec will take advantage of cage space within Data393’s recently completed 10,000-square-foot, power-rich, high density colocation suite that offers high density power for blade servers, parallel redundant generator capacity, and increased raised flooring and cooling.
Tom Adams, IT Project Manager for Sagitec remarked, ”We are pleased to find a secure and reliable company such as Data393 to assist in our IT infrastructure needs. We are committed to providing exceptional value and helping our public pension organizations achieve their mission and vision through our extensive knowledge, experience, forward thinking and progressive technologies, and Data393 is an important link in our system.”
Founded in 2004, Sagitec is a global technology solutions company that partners with public sector agencies to solve business problems created by complex and frequently changing business rules. Neospin, Sagitec’s flagship solution framework, helps state and local agencies implement business solutions that are agile, evolutionary and interoperable.
Located in the Inverness Business Park in southeast Denver, Data393 offers highly reliable colocation, managed hosting, disaster recovery and IP Network services featuring Cisco, Microsoft, Red Hat, EMC and Compellent technologies from a SAS 70 Type II facility.
Managed Data Holdings (MDH) was founded by three highly experienced industry executives in conjunction with Great Hill Partners and Catalyst Investors. MDH’s strategy is aimed at operating state-of-the-art data centers across Tier I and Tier II markets in the U.S. to meet the increasing demand for managed hosting, managed services, colocation space and disaster recovery services required by small and medium-sized business customers or divisions of large enterprises. Our data centers are SAS70 Type II compliant and are designed to accommodate the changing power density and cooling needs of the colocation market while maintaining consistent high levels of customer service and support.
For more information about Sagitec, please visit: www.sagitec.com.
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