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SecureRack: El nuevo centro de datos virtual en Suiza

SCHINDELLEGI, Suiza, March 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

El proveedor de servicios de Internet suizo Backbone Solutions AG ha lanzado http://www.securerack.com, una nueva solución IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) que cumple con los más altos requisitos de seguridad y se ofrece globalmente a pequeñas, medianas y grandes compañías. SecureRack ofrece a sus clientes un centro de datos virtual en Suiza. Un fondo de recursos flexibles permite a los clientes adaptar su infraestructura TI dinámica en cualquier momento a las actuales necesidades y operar tantos servidores como sea necesario. 

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La flexibilidad y seguridad se encuentran actualmente entre los temas más importantes y tópicos del sector TI. Los recursos requeridos para operar su propia infraestructura TI en un centro computacional moderno en Suiza con los más altos requisitos de seguridad se alquilan en forma de un centro de datos virtual. SecureRack ofrece el producto vDatacenter, un recurso flexible que permite a las compañías operar un centro de datos virtual según sus propias necesidades. Se ofrecen varios sistemas operativos y más de 100 plantillas de servidor para la configuración de servidores. Los fondos de recursos están  disponibles desde solo 24,50 euros al mes.

Todos los datos se localizan exclusivamente en Suiza y se protegen profesionalmente por múltiples firewalls y tecnología de encriptación ultra-moderna.

Suiza como localización

El alto nivel de seguridad legal, las fuertes leyes de protección de datos y la tradición suiza de confidencialidad y neutralidad hacen de Suiza la localización ideal para su centro de datos virtual. Suiza no es un miembro de la UE y por tanto no está sujeto a los acuerdos de intercambio de datos con otros países.  

Los productos de http://www.securerack.com no están limitados por paquetes de servicios predefinidos o servidores individuales, pero ofrecen soluciones que permiten a los clientes definir sus propios fondos de recursos según sus necesidades (CPU, RAM, DISK). Estos fondos pueden utilizarse para definir, operar y eliminar cualquier número de servidores sin costes adicionales. Los clientes tienen por tanto flexibilidad completa.  

Más de 100 plantillas de servidor disponibles

SecureRack no solo ofrece a sus clientes diferentes sistemas operativos como Linux o Windows, sino también más de 100 plantillas de servidor con aplicaciones utilizadas comúnmente. Un cliente puede utilizarls para crear un servidor con las características deseadas en cuestión de minutos.

"Nuestras plantillas de servidor nos distinguen claramente de nuestros competidores y añaden un valor significativo para nuestros clientes. Un servidor preconfigurado con las aplicaciones deseadas está listo para el uso en cuestión de minutos. Las partes interesadas recibirán un descuento del 50% de un mes para probar el SecureRack vDatacenter creando y operando cualquier número de servidores.  El aprovisionamiento de un vDatacenter solo requiere cinco minutos y se gestiona online por nuestro sitio web http://www.securerack.com", dijo Marcel Gmür, director de Operaciones de Backbone Solutions AG.

Acerca de SecureRack

SecureRack es un producto de Backbone Solutions AG. La compañía suiza se fundó en 1998 y es propiedad 100% suiza. Backbone Solutions AG ofrece soluciones profesionales en las áreas de VoIP, Cloud (IaaS) y conectividad. El producto sipcall VoIP ha posicionado a la compañía como uno de los proveedores de soluciones VoIP líderes en Suiza. Más de 40.000 clientes empresariales y privados han elegido actualmente una solución de Backbone Solutions AG.

Contacto de prensa

SecureRack by
Backbone Solutions AG
Marcel Gmür
Chaltenbodenstrasse 4b
CH-8834 Schindellegi
Tel. +41-44-512-88-99
Fax +41-44-512-88-90
[email protected]
http://www.securerack.com

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