News | April 23, 2014

Cloud Data Center Provider Changes Name, Announces New Solutions

Cloud Data Center Provider Changes Name, Announces New Solutions

April 23, 2014 — Net2EZ, a provider of Internet-based data services to both corporate and public sector organizations in the United States and Asia, announced earlier this year its official name and brand change to Net Data Centers.

Motivation for changing the Net2EZ name to Net Data Centers was driven by the need to better reflect the evolution and growing portfolio of not only Net Data Centers services, but also the delivery of those services. "We wanted the name to reflect who we have become. We are the same company with the same fundamental goals of offering customers premium customized technology solutions that are always on, like their business, but now we can support more aspects of their business than ever before," said Net Data Centers CEO Pervez Delawalla.

In addition to taking on a new name, leadership at Net Data Centers announced several new cloud-based solutions, offered in both public and private cloud delivery models. These new cloud services are backed by state-of-the-art data center security, infrastructure and fully redundant environments for extreme performance and reliability.

"Our suite of new services expands Net Data Centers’ portfolio of high-power, high-performance data center and computing solutions, giving our customers the tools they need to successfully support and deploy their next generation business solutions," said Cheyenne Skye Tanner, VP of operations for Net Data Centers.

For more information: www.netdatacenters.com

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