Global Colocation Solutions Provider CyrusOne to Host San Antonio Facility Tours for Financial Servi
Global Colocation Solutions Provider CyrusOne to Host San Antonio Facility Tours for Financial Services Technology Summit US 2012
Company to show latest data center technology and share best colocation practices with senior executives attending the FST Summit
CINCINNATI--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Global colocation solutions provider CyrusOne, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cincinnati Bell (NYS: CBB) , announced today it plans to open the doors of its San Antonio data center to senior technology executives attending the Financial Services Technology (FST) Summit US 2012 in San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 13 through 15.
The first enterprise-class multi-tenant data center in San Antonio, CyrusOne's 80,000-square-foot facility in Westover Hills offers best-in-class colocation performance and reliability for high-density and high-availability enterprise requirements. The FST Summit US 2012 CyrusOne Facility Tour scheduled Nov. 13 showcases the site. It is expected to educate attendees about the advanced components and the N+1 and 2N parallel redundancies CyrusOne employs at its facilities to deliver 100 percent uptime and uninterrupted services to its Fortune 1000 customers.
"Aligning a tour of our state-of-the-art colocation facility with the FST Summit offers attendees an insightful, informative complement to the workshop and roundtable programs they are used to participating in at the event," said Scott Brueggeman, CMO, CyrusOne. "Our San Antonio facility is one of a kind in the market. Like all of our facilities around the globe, it has been designed specifically to meet the data processing and storage, security, and transfer challenges faced by Fortune 1000 IT executives, so they can focus on their core business, which in this case is financial services."
CyrusOne's San Antonio enterprise data center can scale to 20 megawatts of power at a competitive cost and in a virtually disaster-free geography. It is the last leg of the first statewide Internet Exchange platform, which CyrusOne is expected to launch later this year, linking its Dallas, Houston, Austin, and San Antonio sites as part of its Sky for the Cloud™ peering and interconnection enablement platform.
The FST Summit serves as an arena for C-level technology executives from the financial services industry to engage in two days of clear and focused dialogue with other CIOs and CTOs. The FST event this week takes place at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa, San Antonio, Texas. CyrusOne is providing shuttle service for tours at the data center.
In addition to serving customers in Texas, the company has customers in data center locations across the United States, Europe, and Asia. For more information about CyrusOne colocation solutions, call 1-866-CYRUSONE (1-866-297-7663) or visit www.cyrusone.com. Connect with us on Google Plus, LinkedIn, Twitter, andFacebook.
CyrusOne specializes in highly reliable enterprise data center colocation, engineering facilities with the highest power redundancy (2N architecture) and power-density infrastructure required to deliver excellent availability. The company has designed facilities across the United States, Europe, and Asia that give customers the flexibility and scale to perfectly match their specific growth needs. The company's customers include more than 100 of the Fortune 1000 companies and nine of the Fortune 20. CyrusOne is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cincinnati Bell (NYS: CBB) and is committed to full transparency in communication, management, and service delivery.
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