Web hosting company UnitedLayer announced on Wednesday it has made a considerable amount of investments in data centers, its employees, processes, and research and development to improve its cloud computing services.
UnitedLayer was acquired by private equity firm Accelon Capital in December 2010, and since then, it has been working on upgrading its data centers and portfolio of services.
“UnitedLayer has been a premier colocation and managed services provider for over a decade,” said Abhijit Phanse, CEO, UnitedLayer. “We have years of experience architecting high performance and high availability solutions while executing tough migrations. Over the last eighteen months, we have made investments in our data centers, team, processes, and research & development to launch innovative solutions that offer scalable, enterprise-grade managed IT infrastructure at a great price.”
UnitedLayer specializes in customizable IT solutions, which includes its recently developed enterprise-grade SAN replication solution.
Using open storage, the SAN replication solution is able to reliably achieve customer recovery time objectives and recovery point objectives at a lower cost per GB.
UnitedLayer has a highly consultative approach to business continuity planning including detailed processes to help clients identify and hit their RTOs and RPOs.
Additionally, UnitedLayer is improving its private cloud offering with a new, highly scalable, super-node architecture optimized for application specific performance delivering security, compliance, and on-demand provisioning at an affordable price.
UnitedLayer has the expertise to migrate complex enterprise IT infrastructure to an enterprise-grade private cloud hosted in one of its top tier data centers offering expandable compute capacity, high availability and better scaling economics.
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