DENVER, Aug. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CoreSite, a provider of network-dense, cloud-enabled data center solutions and the CoreSite Mesh, today announced that iland is growing its Enterprise Cloud Services (ECS) offering by expanding its presence within CoreSite's Reston, VA facility and joining the Open Cloud Exchange, CoreSite's performance-driven Ethernet on-ramp to the cloud. iland, a global provider of enterprise-class, private, public, and hybrid infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) solutions, is a CoreSite customer in Northern Virginia, Boston and Los Angeles.
iland's ECS offering provides customers with a hybrid cloud infrastructure that delivers secure and flexible mission-critical performance for enterprise-class applications. Coupled with CoreSite's high-performance and network-dense connectivity options, ECS will provide CoreSite customers in Northern Virginia and across the East Coast with a single location for hybrid cloud services and enable them to quickly scale and simplify their IT environments, increasing the operational, business and financial benefits.
CoreSite's Open Cloud Exchange is purpose-built for the delivery of cloud-based IT resources and applications and provides customers with unprecedented choice and control over their cloud deployments. iland is the latest of several brand name service providers and enterprises to join the CoreSite Open Cloud Exchange across eight CoreSite markets in the U.S.
"We're proud to continue our longstanding relationship with CoreSite and add our Enterprise Cloud Services portfolio to the growing list of services available to customers of the CoreSite Open Cloud Exchange," said Brian Ussher, President at iland. "Working together with CoreSite, we're making it easier for enterprises to build customized, high-performance hybrid cloud environments easily and securely."
"iland offers a flexible and highly scalable cloud environment that builds upon the innovative nature of our Open Cloud Exchange, enabling customers to bring products to market faster and increase efficiency and profitability," said Jarrett Appleby, Chief Operating Officer at CoreSite. "With over 180 cloud customers connected across the CoreSite Mesh, CoreSite is evolving into the preferred community for the cloud."
iland Internet Solutions, VMware's Service Provider Partner of the Year Global and Americas, provides hosted cloud infrastructure services in North America and Europe that enable customers to leverage enterprise class infrastructure in the form of virtual datacenters with flexible billing and capacity models. Solutions include secure hosted environments for virtual servers and desktops, test and development, cloud-based disaster recovery, and hybrid cloud services to maximize the value of existing VMware based environments. For more information visit, www.iland.com
CoreSite Realty Corporation (NYSE: COR) propels customer growth and long-term competitive advantage by connecting Internet, private networking, mobility, and cloud communities within and across its fourteen high-performance data center campuses and through the CoreSite Mesh. More than 750 of the world's leading carriers and mobile operators, content and cloud providers, media and entertainment companies, and global enterprises choose CoreSite to run their performance-sensitive applications and to connect and do business with each other. With direct access to more than 275 carriers and ISPs, North America inter-site connectivity and the nation's first Open Cloud Exchange that provides access to the "most lit" buildings and cloud "on-ramps," CoreSite provides easy, efficient and valuable gateways to global business opportunities. For more information, visit www.CoreSite.com.
CoreSite Media Contact Jeannie Zaemes | CoreSite Marketing Senior Director +1 720.446.2006 | +1 866.777.CORE Jeannie.Zaemes@CoreSite.com
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