(The Hosting News) – Hosting company Peak 10 on Thursday revealed that it would provide colo services to popular open source and enterprise Linux provider Red Hat.
In addition to general availability of its data center network, Peak 10 is also providing Red Hat with a private test lab for the company to scrutinize its applications preceding full release.
Peak 10’s offerings include services such as disaster recovery, security, enterprise and private cloud, among others.
“Moving significant parts of our IT infrastructure to Peak 10 to support our global service delivery made its team an extension of our team, allowing us to concentrate on our core competencies and scale our business more rapidly,” commented Red Hat CIO Lee Congdon via a press release.
Congdon, meanwhile, went on to discuss the collaboration between the two providers, emphasizing “efficiencies and costing savings” the company would incur as part of the move.
Aside from its Linux OS, Red Hat provides virtualization, identity management, cloud, Linux add-ons and more.
Peak 10’s data center network is prominent in U.S. cities including Atlanta, Cincinnati, Nashville and Richmond. The revelation follows an announcement made in November of last year that Peak 10 had opened its fourth data center located in the Charlotte, North Carolina market.