For specialized applications with little or temporary space requirements.
- Active (Hot) or (Cold) Stand-By DC
- High revision distance (about 400km)
- Backup data center Tier3 +
- Rack and cage solutions
- Customer-specific connection
- Fast project realization
- Complete project management
For your company, maximum availability above state borders in Germany counts under real geo-redundancy conditions?
Then there is no substantive alternative to our geo-redundancy concept.
EMC HostCo has meticulously prepared this topic with its strategic partner Pfalzkom Manet.
As a result, today we can offer you highly scalable solutions for a wide variety of high-security scenarios:
- Individually designed as a project
- Dual DC solution, network performance optimization and branch connectivity
- Backup data center as a high-security solution
- Online backup solutions of various kinds up to ISO certified solutions
- Clearly defined project terms and fair costs
Nationwide security thanks to geo-redundancy
In light of the emerging cloud themes and the increasing focus on corporate personal liability risk, solutions to extended and increased operational security issues, including backup and redundancy data center solutions, are becoming increasingly important.
This is good if you approach data center operators who adapt and align their processes and qualities to such requirements and develop the best possible solutions for their mutual customers.
"With Pfalzkom Manet we have found a perfect partner for our customers for the requirements of nationwide security"
(B. Huter, CEO EMC HostCo)
Basically, one has to differentiate between backup data centers with a distance of at least 3 times the spanning miles (about 5km) and geo-redundancy data centers (distance> 300km). The approach to be taken depends on the specifications for data security and availability of the respective customers.
Financial services providers and banks, accountants and consultants, law firms, production companies, engineers, chemical / pharmaceutical companies and public authorities are increasingly concerned about this.
Please also read the press release from Datacenter Insider.