CtrlS Kickstarts International Operations, Sets Up A Datacenter In US

Ctrl S, an IT enabled Managed Service Provider (MSP) has expanded its overseas operations by setting up a datacenter in San Diego, California, US. The new datacenter will offer IT infrastructure and IT services including disaster Recovery, Remote Infrastructure Management and Cloud Services for existing customers targeting the western markets.

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According to the Hyderabad based company the San Diego datacenter will provide numerous benefits to customers including reduced response time through effective management of Indian and US servers,  higher accountability under single uptime SLA, invoicing in Indian currency, local number calling support and access to senior resources as per Indian time zone. The datacenter offers higher bandwidth servers at a similar or lesser price when compared to Indian servers.

Commenting on the launch, Sridhar Reddy, Founder & CEO, CtrlS Datacenters Ltd., said “We are very excited about the launch of our US Operations. The datacenter in the US region is critical to the growth of the company since 20% of our customers are MNCs, and we are happy to provide similar reliable services in the American region. This enables us to offer an overseas option for our existing customers who are targeting the western markets. The datacenter will help CtrlS provide state of the art infrastructure and technological offerings, existing in India, to customers in the US region and help them solve mission critical situations.”

After its first center in Hyderabad, the company opened its second facility in Mumbai. Last month the company announced that it has crossed Rs 100 crore annuity revenue during the calendar year 2012.

Datacenters are places where companies preserve all the data.  They also help firms outsource their computer data storage requirements.Their importance has grown sharply as they offer scalable computing facilities at far lower costs than those incurred on dedicated servers and datacenters.

 

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