NewCloud Networks Expands Data Center Presence with H5 Data Centers
Newcloud Networks Continues to Scale Its International Cloud Infrastructure Capabilities by Expanding to Cleveland.
H5 Data Centers, a national colocation and wholesale data center provider, announced that NewCloud Networks has expanded its data center footprint to 1625 Rockwell Avenue in downtown Cleveland. NewCloud Networks is a growing global Cloud Services Provider that offers managed data center solutions and services including: private, public and hybrid cloud, cloud security services, and backup and disaster recovery services. Together, NewCloud Networks and H5 Data Centers can facilitate a world-class hybrid IT offering.
“We are excited to announce this relationship with H5 Data Centers”
“NewCloud Networks offers a full suite of custom cloud computing and communications solutions to enterprises across the world,” said Josh Simms, CEO of H5 Data Centers. “This new deployment expands the on-site hybrid IT opportunities for our Cleveland customers and prospects. We look forward to being an IT infrastructure partner to NewCloud Networks as they expand their platform.”
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H5 Data Centers’ Cleveland Facility Highlights:
- 351,000 SF data center campus
- Key peering and interconnection point for Cleveland
- 24×7 on-site engineering and security teams
- Eligible for 100% OH-state sales and use tax abatement
- Attractive wholesale power rates
- Private data center suites
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“We are excited to announce this relationship with H5 Data Centers,” said Sam V. Kumar, founder & CEO of NewCloud Networks. “NewCloud Networks has a strong presence across the United States and a growing platform internationally. Establishing ourselves in Cleveland will allow us to enhance the delivery of our custom cloud computing and communications services on our ultra-low latency network to enterprises across the East Coast and the Midwest.”
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