19 December 2014: The transition to the cloud is now even easier and more cost effective thanks to Broadband Solutions’ $2 million investment in one of Australia’s best data centres, Melbourne Data Centre.
Broadband Solutions, one of Australia’s most successful business internet service providers, has purchased 20 racks to provide customers with the best coverage and solution at the most cost effective price regardless of location.
“Building on our reputation for providing the most flexible and affordable telephony and internet solutions giving customers choice, Broadband Solutions is excited to replicate this level of service in the cloud,” says Founder and Managing Director of Broadband Solutions Sam Bashiry.
Broadband Solutions invests $2 million in Melbourne Data Centre to maximise choice for customers
20-rack purchase expands Broadband Solutions’ capacity to deliver flexible, affordable and secure cloud solutions including a PAYG solution and private Cloud
The purchase of rack space in Melbourne Data Centre will enable Broadband Solutions’ clients to collocate their own hardware in a state of the art facility at a competitive price. Customers can purchase as little as 1 RU, with no contract and a pay per month for the rack space used.
“We will also work with those customers looking to create a private cloud using their own hardware. We will work with them to facilitate the connection via Broadband Solutions’ premium links from their organisation to the data centre.”
Broadband Solutions will also offer Software-as-a-service (SaaS) and infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) services to clients migrating to the cloud rather than co locating infrastructure.
Broadband Solutions recognise the various ways businesses can take advantage of the cloud and the need for flexibility and choice in the cloud computing space.
“We are so excited to be investing in Melbourne Data Centre to boost the cloud computing division of Broadband Solutions. The cloud computing market has grown exponentially in recent years and we expect this to continue in the near future,” says Sam Bashiry.
Last modified: September 11, 2015