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SecureRack : centres informatiques virtuels basés en Suisse

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

 (fournisseur d'accès à  Internet) suisse Backbone Solutions AG a lancé, une nouvelle solution IaaS (Infrastructure en  tant que Service) qui applique les standards de sécurité les plus élevés  et est proposée aux petites, moyennes et grandes entreprises. SecureRack offre à ses clients de bénéficier d'un centre informatique virtuel en Suisse. Bénéficier d'une  réserve de ressources flexible permet à nos clients d'adapter leur infrastructure informatique de manière dynamique et à tout moment pour correspondre exactement à  leurs besoins actuels, et ce en utilisant autant de serveurs qu'ils le veulent.

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La flexibilité et la sécurité font partie des thèmes les plus importants et les plus actuels du secteur de l'informatique. En louant un centre informatique virtuel, vous disposez des ressources requises pour votre propre infrastructure informatique au sein d'un centre de traitement moderne en Suisse et dans le respect des exigences de sécurité les plus élevées. SecureRack propose son produit vDatacenter, une réserve de ressources flexible qui permet aux entreprises de bénéficier d'un centre informatique virtuel correspondant parfaitement à leurs besoins. Des systèmes d'exploitation divers et plus de 100 modèles de serveurs sont proposés. Nos réserves de ressources sont disponibles à partir de 24,50 € par mois.

Toutes les données sont stockées exclusivement en Suisse et protégées de manière professionnelle par de multiples pare-feux et une technologie de chiffrement ultra-moderne.

La Suisse, un emplacement de choix

Le niveau de sécurité légal très élevé, les lois de protection des données et la tradition Suisse de confidentialité et de neutralité font de ce pays l'endroit idéal pour votre centre informatique virtuel. La Suisse n'est pas membre de l'UE et n'est par conséquent pas contrainte d'échanger ses données dans le cadre d'accords avec d'autres pays.    

Les produits de ne sont pas soumis à des contraintes de d'offres de services prédéfinies ou de serveurs individuels, mais permettent aux clients de définir intégralement leurs réserves de ressources en fonction de leurs besoins (processeur, mémoire vive, disque). Ces réserves peuvent être utilisées afin de définir, d'utiliser ou de supprimer n'importe quel nombre de serveurs sans frais supplémentaires. Les clients disposent donc d'une flexibilité totale.

Plus de 100 modèles de serveur disponibles

SecureRack n'offre pas seulement à ses clients la possibilité d'utiliser différents systèmes d'exploitation tels que Linux ou Windows, mais également celle de choisir parmi plus de 100 modèles de serveur correspondant aux applications les plus fréquemment utilisées. Le client peut utiliser ses modèles pour créer en quelques minutes un serveur correspondant aux caractéristiques spécifiques dont il a besoin.

« Nos modèles de serveur nous distinguent clairement de la concurrence en offrant à nos clients une valeur ajoutée conséquente. Un serveur pré-configuré avec toutes les applications requises est prêt à être utilisé en seulement quelques minutes. Nous offrons aux client intéressés une réduction de 50 % pour une durée d'un mois afin de leur permettre de tester les vDataCenters SecureRack et de créer/utiliser un nombre illimité de serveurs. La mise en place d'un vDataCenter ne prend que quelques minutes et s'effectue entièrement en ligne sur notre site », a expliqué Marcel Gmür, directeur d'exploitation chez Backbone Solutions AG.

À propos de SecureRack

SecureRack est un produit proposé par Backbone Solutions AG. Cette entreprise 100 % suisse a été fondée en 1998. Backbone Solutions AG propose des solutions professionnelles dans les domaines de la VoIP, de l'informatique en cloud (IaaS) et de la connectivité. Notre produit de VoIP Sipcall a fait de notre entreprise le principal fournisseur de solutions VoIP en Suisse. Plus de 40 000 clients professionnels ou privés ont déjà fait le choix d'une solution Backbone Solutions AG.

Contact auprès de la presse

SecureRack par
Backbone Solutions AG
Marcel Gmür
Chaltenbodenstrasse 4b
CH-8834 Schindellegi

Tél. +41-44-512-88-99
Fax +41-44-512-88-90
[email protected]

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