NetActuate seals Dallas deal with Carrier-1 Data Centers

16 April 2018 | Jason Mcgee-Abe

NetActuate has completed an expansion into its fourth data centre facility in Dallas, Texas, in partnership with Carrier-1 Data Centers.

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The new Dallas expansion enables clients to quickly and easily deploy demanding workloads across NetActuate’s growing portfolio of hybrid cloud services. The company says that clients can maximise their IT investment at the facility with flexible, reliable solutions that include a wide range of managed colocation options, public and private cloud, and bare metal servers.

“To provide more and better options for our clients, we have continued our investment in the Dallas market,” said Mark Price, president of NetActuate.

“With its central location, access to amazing tech talent and companies, and robust connectivity, Dallas is a key part of our growth strategy in the United States. Our new Dallas data centre expansion now provides cost-effective options for clients with high-density power needs.”

NetActuate’s new expansion also includes high-density power options for high-power workloads or processing-intensive applications.

“We’re excited about NetActuate’s new deployment in our facility and their suite of services available to our customers,” added Trey Berndt, vice president of Carrier-1. “Managing and also owning the building enables us to work directly with NetActuate to customise their solution with the end-user as our primary focus.”

“Founded in 2014, Carrier-1 has intentionally focused on empowering our partners to be successful by offering the best in uptime, support, network options and cost,” Berdnt continued. “NetActuate is able to offer these same attributes to their clients. With nearly 70,000 sq ft of raised floor space available and services custom tailored to the wholesale market, NetActuate is the ideal hyper-scale partner.”

To provide robust, reliable connectivity services, NetActuate interconnected their new facility to their global network of 29 data centres and 112 expansion PoPs. Clients can now extend workloads from Dallas to locations across the United States and the world with NetActuate’s cloud connect and global BGP anycast services. “Utilising BGP anycast, NetActuate’s Dallas clients can deliver edge computing services to customers worldwide in under 20ms,” added Price.

Topics: NetActuate, data centre, US, Dallas, Texas, Carrier-1, colocation, cloud, Mark Price