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June 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of its nationwide IT services and data center network expansion, EarthLink, Inc.,
(NASDAQ: ELNK) a leading IT services and communications provider, today announced the opening of its newest data center on its next-generation cloud hosting platform, located at 8 Great Oaks Boulevard in
San Jose, CA. EarthLink has also opened a new local sales office and is growing its employee base to fulfill business demand for its highly-secure,
comprehensive IT solutions including
Cloud Server Backup and application solutions in the Silicon Valley.
To help demystify the Cloud for
San Jose-area businesses, today EarthLink held a free 'Join the Cloud Evolution' seminar at the Silicon Valley Capital Club that showcased how services such as Cloud Hosting, Dedicated Exchange and Data Center Firewalls help businesses improve cost structures and mitigate risk. Industry experts from Cisco and NetApp joined EarthLink for this informational event introducing the new data center and EarthLink capabilities. Participants were also treated to a motivational session with former
San Francisco 49er
Leveraging geographically-diverse data centers, EarthLink is creating fault-tolerant, enterprise class IT solutions with nationwide availability and high performing network connectivity.
Click here for a new video highlighting the business value of EarthLink's next-generation cloud platform in the data centers. In addition to
San Jose, recently EarthLink held seminar events to mark the opening of its data centers in
Dallas, and will hold a similar event in
Miami next month. Combined with EarthLink's current data centers in
Columbia, SC and
Atlanta, EarthLink's 8 data centers are linked to its
nationwide IP network.
According to EarthLink Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing
Michael D. Toplisek, opening a data center in
San Jose is an important step in EarthLink's strategy to create a regionally-diverse, expanded IT solutions footprint to support the growing and evolving needs of companies as they seek to virtualize their businesses. "
San Jose is at the heart of the Silicon Valley, one of the most technologically-driven and innovative markets in the country, and an important hub and distribution point for IP traffic," he noted. "Our robust, new
San Jose data center provides EarthLink with a West Coast presence that leverages a state-of-the-art, integrated computing and storage platform with power, space and cooling capacity that will scale to support current and future IT service demands."
About EarthLinkEarthLink, Inc. (NASDAQ: ELNK) is a leading
IT services and
communications provider to more than 150,000
businesses and one million
consumers nationwide. EarthLink empowers customers with managed services including
cloud computing, managed and private cloud, and
virtualization services such as
managed hosting and
cloud workspace. EarthLink also offers a robust portfolio of
colocation and IT support services. The company operates an extensive network spanning 29,421 route fiber miles with 90 metro fiber rings and 8 secure data centers providing ubiquitous nationwide
data and voice IP service coverage across more than 90 percent of the country. Founded in 1994, EarthLink's award-winning reputation for outstanding service and product innovation is supported by an experienced team of professionals focused on best-in-class customer care. For more information, visit EarthLink's website at