Secure-24 Adds Las Vegas-based Switch SUPERNAPS to Data Center Network

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 29, 2013

Secure-24, a leading provider of IT operations, application outsourcing and cloud computing, announced today that it is adding the technologically-advanced Switch SUPERNAPS to its network of data centers.

Located in Las Vegas, Nevada, Switch is the developer of the renowned Switch SUPERNAPS, the largest technology ecosystem in the world. The Switch SUPERNAPS are complete engines of technology where businesses experience unrivaled colocation, connectivity, cloud and content ecosystems.

Secure-24 is now part of Switchs Cloud Ubiquitous Business Exchange (C.U.B.E), an evolving, growing, sustainable collection of services and capabilities where each element symbiotically serves the other to advance customers businesses.

As a Certified SAP Cloud and Hosting Partner and Oracle Gold Partner, Secure-24 provides expert managed hosting solutions for business critical applications. From complete IT outsourcing to managing specific components of an organization, Secure-24 provides a wide range of custom IT solutions to enable business operations.

“Companies are demanding faster performance and agility to accommodate changing business needs, and our enterprise cloud is designed to provide exactly that. Clients benefit from our solutions leveraging Switch SUPERNAPS to provide them with unparalleled power, energy efficiency and constant uptime, said Chief Executive Officer, Mike Jennings.

Headquartered in Metro Detroit, Secure-24 provides expert management and support for business-critical applications for mid to large clients with operations around the globe. The company partners with leading technology providers such as EMC, Cisco, VMware, and many others to provide scalable and innovative solutions.

Secure-24s entrance into Switch C.U.B.E. is a tremendous benefit to new and existing customers of Secure-24 and Switch. Their enterprise approach to cloud service delivery is a perfect match to Switchs position in the market as a leader in innovation, reliability and security, said Switch EVP of Cloud Jason Mendenhall.

The Switch SUPERNAP Las Vegas campus has the world’s highest density, ultra-scale and energy-efficient data center, supported by the proprietary, patented designs of Switch’s advanced technologies. This combination provides customers with powerful, efficient and affordable technology solutions.

Secure-24s operations in Las Vegas will be fully operational by June. Secure-24 has other data centers located throughout Michigan and Arizona.

About Secure-24

Headquartered in the Detroit Metro area, Secure-24 is a privately held company delivering managed IT operations, ERP application hosting and cloud computing services from state-of-the-art data centers in the United States. The company manages complex IT landscapes and business critical applications for mid-market and Fortune 500 organizations that operate globally. Secure-24 is a SAP Certified Hosting and Cloud Provider with a broad SAP Basis Competency Center, and an Oracle Gold Partner hosting Oracle Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) solutions, such as Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, and Hyperion.

About Switch

Switch is the developer of the renowned Switch SUPERNAPS, the largest, best designed technology ecosystem in the world. The Switch SUPERNAPS provide unrivaled colocation, connectivity, cloud and content ecosystems, and represent innovation, security and reliability for more than 600 global clients, from passionate startups to Fortune 100 powerhouses.

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