Dataplanet N.V. launches Tier IV certified facility in Curaçao
06 January 2017 |
Dataplanet N.V.has launched Blue NAP Americas, what it claims to be the most advanced multi-tenant Tier IV certified data centre in the Americas.
One of the most advanced Tier IV-certified data centres in the Americas has been built by Dataplanet to meet growing demand for network connectivity in Latin, Central, North America and the Caribbean
Dataplanet N.V., a company that designs, builds and operates state-of-the-art data centers, announced the launch of Blue NAP Americas, what it claims to be the most advanced multi-tenant Tier-IV certified data center in the Americas
Blue NAP Americas offers a top-end platform for Fortune 1000, e-commerce and financial services companies seeking the reliable safety and security outside the U.S. It plays a pivotal role in developing a hub to improve the quality and coverage of network communication services in these regions.
Blue NAP Americas is based in Curaçao. Its clients are able to take advantage of the country's data protection legislation. In addition, the company is positioned in an attractive, e-commerce free-fiscal zone with low taxes and no customs tax once a client's IT equipment has been imported to the Blue NAP Americas data centre in Curaçao.
VCE's Vbloc infrastructure is used in the data centres and is supported by technology from partners such as EMC, VMware, Cisco and Intel. The Blue NAP Americas cloud-based server platform offers the power to scale as required and backup with snapshots, in addition to a 100 percent uptime, 24x7x365 guarantee.
Blue NAP Americas offers a comprehensive portfolio of data centre solutions including physical colocation, private cloud services, business continuity and managed services.
"At Blue NAP Americas, not only do we provide you with a secure, reliable, carrier-neutral facility with state of the art technology, we also cultivate an ecosystem of collaboration with our clients," said Paul De Geus, CEO of Dataplanet N.V.
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