Solveforce Brings the Future of Computer Networks to Atlanta with Global MPLS Network Providers

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 09, 2014

Technological innovations influence many aspects of human life. Among the greatest technological innovations of today are computers. They have taken over the way people live and have been integrated into the daily activities people carry out in their everyday lives.

In computer networks, computers send data to each other over a communication medium between them. MLS has a mechanism that acts with other kinds of network protocols at the same layer. It has to map IP addresses to their corresponding labels. The transmission medium is divided into several label switched paths for the transmission.

Network communication faces different challenges and the Atlanta Global MLS network provider ( deals with most of them. The main challenges include network engineering, speeds and policies. The limitations of bandwidth may also pose serious problems to a network. The new technology is able to deal with these issues.

Most users of a network face the problem of downtime caused by failures of different components of a network. The MLS has its own mechanisms of dealing with such problems. Its self-healing properties reduce the worries of network administrators. It also reduces the error rates of transmitted information.

Most owners of businesses with computer networks are concerned about the scalability of their networks. They want a situation where they can add computers and other devices to the network without having to make significant changes. Atlanta Global MLS network provider ( is scalable, which is partly a reason for its popularity.

It works by creating virtual links between two computers sending data to each other. This increases the effective bandwidth because communication takes place on a proprietary network. This also makes the technology the ideal choice for creation of VPNs, which have become very popular on the market today.

In the standard network model, the data link layer implements several protocols that govern how computers access the shared medium. It has the option of several protocols but each network uses only one. Atlanta Global MPLS network provider ( helps engineers develop networks capable of implementing more than one protocol at this layer.

There are no restrictions imposed on the kinds of transmissions implemented at the network layers. The network engineers are now more concerned with building better networks capable of handling the needs of an organization. The business is therefore able to enjoy better performance and efficiency levels.

When disasters strike, they may paralyze the operations of business because of loss of data. To avoid this, most proprietors back up their data on remote servers. The onset of cloud computing makes the backup process faster and easier. Computers need high speed access to the cloud servers to store and access the required information.

Multiprotocol layer switching is fast replacing the traditional kind of network communication through frame relay and asynchronous transfer mode. Most business investors are investing in this technology and the others are becoming outdated. Enhancing business efficiency is the goal for most investors and MLS is the best option for achieving this goal.

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Certes Networks vCEP Cloud Encryption Solution Achieves VMware Ready Status

Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) July 18, 2012

Certes Networks, an innovative developer of scalable network and cloud encryption solutions, today announced that its Virtual Certes Enforcement Point (vCEP) for cloud security has achieved VMware Ready status. This designation indicates that the vCEP has undergone detailed test procedures and is supported on VMware vSphere

NewCloud Networks Adds Desktop-as-a-Service to its Cloud Computing Portfolio for Businesses

Denver, CO (PRWEB) May 30, 2014

Nationwide cloud services provider NewCloud Networks has released its newest Infrastructure-as-a-Service offering, Desktop-as-a-Service. By combining this new service with the companys existing cloud services, NewCloud now has the ability to offer complete-end-to-end cloud infrastructure services to midmarket businesses across the country.

Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) is a service in which the compute, storage and disk components of the individual desktop run from a data center, rather than a local machine. The desktop is accessed with any device connected to the Internet while being managed by the data center provider. NewCloud uses VMware virtualization as the platform for this revolutionary service.

Although the product is a new offering for NewCloud, DaaS is already being adopted by many different markets including healthcare, education, financial services and SMB. NewCloud primarily focuses on midmarket businesses, or businesses with 50-1,000 employees.

Our Desktop-as-a-Service solution completes our Infrastructure-as-a-Service portfolio and highlights our dedication to the midmarket space, says Kristofor Hogaboom, Vice President of Sales Engineering for NewCloud. He adds, Virtualizing the desktop environment increases security for businesses. In a DaaS environment, the device connecting to the desktop is only used as a gateway for accessing business data. If the device is compromised in any way, for example by theft or damage, the data remains intact and safe in our facilities.

In addition to the security DaaS provides businesses, the solution also addresses more of todays business infrastructure concerns.

With data generation increasing and technology constantly changing, businesses need virtualized desktop environments in order to keep up with their growth. In a DaaS environment, just as within a virtual server environment, our customers can ask us to increase resources as needed, rather than having to capacity plan for a hardware purchase and risk underutilization. It is a faster and more cost-effective solution than making a traditional desktop purchase, says Sam V. Kumar, President of NewCloud Networks.

Some of the other benefits of DaaS by NewCloud Networks include:

Mosso, Rackspace’s Cloud Division, Enables Cloud Files with Limelight Networks Content Delivery Service : Cloud Storage and CDN Integration Enables Unlimited Online Storage to be Distributed Across the Globe Quickly and at a Low Cost

SAN ANTONIO (PRWEB) November 19, 2008

Cloud Files, a scalable online storage service, as well as the relationship with Limelight, was announced last month at the Cloud Event as part of the new suite of Cloud Hosting offerings from Rackspace. In conjunction with Cloud Files, Limelight’s robust and proven delivery service helps enable Mosso to quickly deliver files around the globe.

“Using Cloud Files for Action Method Online means that we don’t ever have to worry about running out of space, or adding expensive hardware. We can allow our users to upload as many files as they like while managing their projects and scale seamlessly with amazing performance,” said Chris Henry, Co-CTO, Behance. “And with a CDN leader like Limelight delivering our users’ files, we believe we can count not only on reliability but also on the fastest download time out there.”

Limelight Networks operates a dedicated optical network that interconnects thousands of servers around the world. This network enables the company to deliver massive files at the speed of light directly into the access networks that consumers use every day. When an end user requests a file, Limelight’s network pulls it from the closest Mosso server, caches the content within their geographically distributed network, and serves it up at blazing speeds.

“Limelight Networks’ global delivery platform provides Mosso with world-class performance, scalability, and efficiency, which can help them ensure that any object stored in the Cloud Files service will reliably and efficiently be delivered to their end-users,” said Peter Coppola, vice president, product management, Limelight Networks, Inc.. “This combination of cost effective, unlimited online storage with Limelight’s worldwide distribution platform is truly innovative, and we are proud to work with Mosso and Rackspace to bring this exciting new service to market.”

“The Mosso/Limelight relationship brings full-fledged, robust CDN capabilities and unlimited file storage to developers and corporate IT shops alike. We expect Mosso’s new CDN capability to greatly enhance the quality of the end user experience by speeding the delivery of bandwidth-heavy rich content, including audio and video.” said Emil Sayegh, general manager of Mosso. “For literally pennies per gigabyte of bandwidth and storage and no upfront commitments, the CDN advantage is no longer only available to the giants of the internet. Together with Limelight, we have just democratized content delivery.”

Beyond enabling developers to rapidly and affordably serve content with a simple “right click”, this new CDN capability also adds an additional layer of redundancy for public content. Other Cloud Files benefits include:

Ease of Use: Files can be managed either through an online control panel or programmatically through language specific APIs (ReST, PHP, Python, Java, .NET) Flexibility: Customers can use as much or little storage as necessary, while paying only for what is used Stored files can be as small as a few bytes or as large as 5GB Metadata: Additional metadata can be added, and delivered, along with each file that is stored Pricing for Cloud Files with CDN starts at 15 cents per gigabyte of storage and 22 cents per gigabyte of bandwidth from any edge location around the globe. High volume users receive price breaks at 30 TB of storage and/or 5 TB of bandwidth. Pricing includes CDN transit services only available through Cloud Files. Mosso CDN integration is available today with no additional fees for CDN-based requests. There are no upfront fees required to get started and end users pay only for storage space and outgoing bandwidth that has been used. For more pricing information, please visit

About Mosso, Rackspace’s Cloud Hosting Division

Mosso is the home of Cloud Sites, Cloud Files and Cloud Servers, providing enterprise-grade hosting and storage services. Mosso provides an easily managed interface allowing developers, designers and IT managers to deploy reliable web applications quickly and easily as well as high performance cloud-based storage services. Founded by two Rackspace employees, Mosso is built upon a cross platform, clustered-computing architecture. For more information, visit or call 1-877-934-0409.

About Rackspace Hosting

As the world’s leader and specialist in hosting, Rackspace Hosting is changing the way businesses worldwide buy IT. Rackspace delivers computing-as-a-service, integrating the industry’s best technologies into a flexible service offering, making computing more reliable and

Cloud Provider GoGrid, and EdgeCast Networks Release Zero-Commitment, On-Demand Cloud Infrastructure with CDN Capabilities

San Francisco, CA (Vocus) November 10, 2009

GoGrid, a leading Cloud Computing Infrastructure Hosting provider, and EdgeCast Networks, the superior, cost-effective rich media content delivery network (CDN), have announced a technology partnership which includes the release of a CDN coupled with Cloud Infrastructure Hosting. This on-demand service allows customers to scale their web presence and accelerate the delivery of web-content using a global content delivery infrastructure.

With the GoGrid CDN, powered by EdgeCast, users enjoy the qualities inherent to the Cloud, along with the advantages of a distributed global network. The new integrated service offers pay-as-you-go pricing, no contracts and no minimum usage requirements.

A CDN ensures that content is immediately available around the world, especially during periods of high demand. When used in conjunction with GoGrid cloud hosting, infrastructure can be scaled immediately to meet demand.

“EdgeCast now gives GoGrid customers a best-in-class solution for on-demand CDN services,” said John Keagy, CEO and co-founder of GoGrid. “From start-up to enterprise, all GoGrid customers can now easily expand existing architecture and deploy additional content delivery services without any huge capital expenses or long-term commitments. It is a real win-win!”

Using a utility pricing model, the GoGrid CDN ensures that customers’ content is quickly and easily distributed throughout the network consisting of 16 points of presence (POPs) on 4 continents. The GoGrid CDN features include:

NewCloud Networks Chooses Veeam to Power Top of the Line Backup and Disaster Recovery Solutions for the Mid-Market

Denver, CO (PRWEB) April 30, 2014

Nationwide cloud computing and communications provider, NewCloud Networks has selected Veeam to power their state-of-the-art backup and disaster recovery solutions for virtual environments. Having recently expanded their data center footprint, NewCloud was in need of reliable data protection software in order to provide a surefire backup and disaster recovery (BDR) solution to their virtual and hybrid cloud customers.

Virtualization in the mid-market is on the rise, and with that comes the need for geographic redundancy and true disaster recovery, says Sam Kumar, President of NewCloud Networks. He adds that after extensive research by our Engineers, we selected Veeam as our vendor for backup and disaster recovery in virtual environments because they possess the necessary expertise in our technologies as well as dedication to providing top of the line support. Mike Waguespack, Senior Director of Veeam Softwares Global Cloud Group, stated, We are excited that NewCloud Networks has selected Veeam. At their rate of growth, we are confident NewCloud will help increase the number of workloads protected with Veeam.

NewCloud will use Veeam Backup & Replication to provide BDR solutions to mid-market businesses in two ways. Companies with their own data center infrastructure can utilize the Veeam-powered service to back up their data to one or more of NewClouds data center facilities. NewCloud’s data centers are located in Denver and Phoenix, both are areas considered geographically secure from a natural disaster standpoint.

Customers hosting their infrastructure using NewClouds Virtual Private Data Center solution will have the benefit of selecting their primary data center (Denver or Phoenix) and utilizing the Veeam-powered service for backup and disaster recovery to a secondary data center (Denver or Phoenix).

Our goal is to provide mid-market businesses a complete infrastructure solution with full disaster recovery capabilities, says Kumar. Veeam has proven itself the perfect partner for our company goals.

About NewCloud Networks: NewCloud Networks is a nationwide cloud computing and communications provider. NewCloud specializes in the deployment of virtualized infrastructure including public, private and hybrid cloud services.

About Veeam: Veeam is a rapidly expanding backup and replication provider specializing in virtual environments.

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Vtesse Cloud Bandwidth Delivers High Speed Networks in Just 5 Days

(PRWEB UK) 17 April 2014

Following the success of the 5-working day lead time for all on-net ROADM-enabled Data Centres within the M25, Vtesse has now extended the same offer to all ROADM-enabled sites throughout the entire UK footprint.

This brings the benefits of fast turn-up (within 5 working days) for high-speed optical services to a total of 32 key Data Centre locations throughout the UK, meaning that Vtesse leads the way in the rapid & flexible delivery of high-speed optical capacity. This pioneering concept of “Cloud Bandwidth” is designed to give networks the flexibility to keep pace with the ever-changing workload demands of the Cloud computing world.

The 5 working-day lead time applies to 1Gb/s and 10Gb/s point-point Optical circuits delivered between ROADM-enabled nodes using Vtesses low-latency WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplexing) network. It also applies to 1Gb/s and below Ethernet Private Line, IP Transit and IPVPN services delivered to MPLS-enabled nodes anywhere in the UK.

In addition to the fast turn-up of services, Vtesse Cloud Bandwidth also offers unprecedented flexibility in allowing customers to move any existing circuit or IPVPN service from one on-net site to another with no penalties, and within the same 5-working day lead time provided both sites are ROADM-enabled (or MPLS-enabled for EPL and IPVPN services). Short-term contracts (3 or 6 months) can also be considered in areas where spare capacity exists giving customers a broad range of options for unpredictable bandwidth demands.

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About Vtesse

Since 2000, Vtesse has been delivering Fibre Optic Networks to enterprise organisations. Partners and Data Centres, In 2009, Vtesse opened its first Tier iii designed Data Centre in Hertfordshire. The Vtesse network is expanding rapidly and utilises innovative ROADM technology that enables faster more cost effective deployment to over 120 PoPs including 60 Major UK Data Centres. Vtesses Data Centre is built out on demand and offers totally flexible spacing to meet the needs of Vtesses customers, it allows organisations to create their own Data Centre within a Data Centre Facility.


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NewCloud Networks Utilizes its Virtual Private Data Center Service as a Disaster Recovery System for Mid-Market Businesses

(PRWEB) March 31, 2014

NewCloud Networks, a Denver-based Cloud Computing and Communications provider, recently released its newest solution, the Virtual Private Data Center (vPDC) to mid-market businesses and has since, found multiple uses for the service, including utilizing the service as a disaster recovery solution.

Our business is growing in the mid-market and the Virtual Private Data Center has proven to be our most versatile solution. We realized shortly after releasing the solution that it could not only be used as an alternative to physical server infrastructure or as a hybrid cloud solution, but that we could leverage our recent data center expansion and use vPDC as a disaster recovery solution as well, said Sam Kumar, President of NewCloud Networks.

NewClouds primary data center is located in the Denver Tech Center in Colorado. The area is considered geographically secure, making it an ideal location for businesses to host their data. The company has attained both HIPAA compliance and SOC 2 Type 1 certification, allowing for the hosting of sensitive data including medical records. NewCloud has a secondary data center location in Phoenix, Arizona. We began expanding our data center footprint in order to provide true redundancy and disaster recovery to our customers.In order to provide true disaster recovery, it is essential that the data centers are located a minimum of 500 miles apart. At such a distance, it is highly unlikely that a single natural disaster will impact both sites, says Kumar.

The opening of NewClouds Phoenix data center and the launch of the Virtual Private Data Center made the solution ideal for disaster recovery. Businesses now have the option of hosting their services in Phoenix or Denver and have the added option of backing up their environment in a second location. In the coming months, NewCloud will implement more data center locations in geographically disparate locations across the country. Kumar states, Our goal is to make close-proximity Cloud Computing services available to every region of the country, and to provide disaster recovery services in an area of their choice as well.

The current data center locations are tied together with a 10 Gig MPLS backbone, separate from the public Internet, making the NewCloud service more secure than the average multitenant Cloud provider. Businesses seeking Cloud infrastructure services as well as disaster recovery services should contact NewCloud Networks directly at 855-255-5001.

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Citrix ShareFile Now Integrates With Code Green Networks to Bring Data Loss Prevention to ShareFile

Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) March 06, 2014

Code Green Networks–a leading provider of cloud content control and Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solutions–announced today that its Cloud DLP solution has been verified as Citrix Ready

Infonetics Research Report Identifies Arbor Networks as World Leader in DDoS Prevention

BURLINGTON, Mass. (PRWEB) June 27, 2013

Arbor Networks Inc., a leading provider of network security and management solutions for enterprise and service provider networks, announced today that a June 2013 report from Infonetics Research titled DDoS Prevention Appliance Market Outlook, cited Arbor Networks as the top supplier of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) prevention solutions overall, as well as in the carrier, enterprise and mobile market segments.

Market Drivers for DDoS Prevention

According to Infonetics, the key drivers for increased investment in DDoS prevention solutions include:

Ever-increasing size, speed, duration, and complexity of attacks
Unabated growth of Internet traffic with no end in sight as M2M carries the momentum that mobile devices started
Growing enterprise demand for on premise (or hybrid cloud/on-premise) DDoS prevention solutions
Data center consolidation, data center upgrades, and the rollout of cloud infrastructure
Deployment of managed DDoS services

Despite the entry of many new players, Arbor has maintained a leadership position in DDoS prevention for more than a decade. They leveraged their extensive service provider footprint and experience to build the Pravail