Loud Partners, a major managed services business, is doubling capacity at one of its New Jersey data centers in order to allow for greater flexibility while providing increased support for their clients' tasks.
IO colocation owns the data centers Loud Partners uses to offer managed services. The director of infrastructure at Loud Partners, Alexander Zhivov, believes that modular data center design will be crucial for the company moving forward.
"This flexibility has been essential in helping us grow while also managing our costs," said Zhivov.
The data center run by IO was once a printing plant for The New York Times. It is the largest East Coast data center for IO, and is a centerpiece of their overall strategy.
Loud Partners uses this facility to offer both traditional IT services and cloud options. These include disaster recovery, colocation and hosting to firms in the tri-state area. With the use of IO's design, Loud Partners will be able to serve twice as many clients, or offer even larger amounts of information processing to its existing base.
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