Node4 has announced a major enhancement of its cloud service infrastructure by rolling out EMC Corporation’s Atmos cloud storage platform. The roll out represents an important strategic investment, significantly expanding Node4’s n4Cloud platform and enabling it to enhance its service offering to support growing customer demand for customised cloud services.
Having integrated the new Atmos infrastructure at its Northampton and Wakefield Data Centres, Node4 will be launching a comprehensive package of new cloud services over the next 12 months.
The new services based on the Node4 Cloud powered by the Atmos platform will include new back up, sharing, collaboration and archiving tools. The new services will be designed to help relieve the IT burden faced by businesses up and down the country, freeing them to invest more time and energy into the development of their core business. The first of these new services will be launched in October 2013.
Natalie Stewart, Product Manager, Node4 said: “The roll out of EMC’s Atmos platform demonstrates our continuing commitment to investing in our own infrastructure and forms a key part of Node4’s ambitious growth plans. Our long-standing policy to build and own our infrastructure means we maintain complete control over our solutions. Coupled with our highly skilled technical specialists, this control gives us the ultimate flexibility so that we are able to give our customers exactly what they need.”
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