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Level 3 Communications, Inc. today announced the launch of Dynamic Enterprise Computing Level 3, a new data center in Latin America. The new service is a managed Hosting solution that offers customers the flexibility to define their needs for computational resources and pay as you go, while ensuring the availability of those resources.
With the growing confidence in cloud-based solutions for applications essential, companies require not only the flexibility of traditional cloud solutions, as well as the tranquility that the hosting services will work when more are needed. Traditional cloud solutions provide customers with on-demand services (upon request) and price based on usefulness, but nor always guarantee resource availability nor offer secure network performance, end-to-end.
“The new Service Level 3, Dynamic Enterprise Computing, It is basically an innovative way of providing data center services,” said Leonardo Barbero, senior vice president and chief marketing officer of Level 3 in Latin America. “With this model, customers of Level 3 in Latin America can enhance their capabilities as business needs grow, improve efficiency through the allocation of resources where they are needed, and increase your security by taking advantage of the services of a hosting provider dedicated to end-to-end protection. Dynamic Enterprise Computing Level 3 offers our customers a safe and secure environment of enterprise computing platform highly available, uniting the flexibility and security of resources that companies have sought when choosing an infrastructure as a service solution.”
Dynamic Enterprise Computing Level 3 is designed to offer virtual computing elements, storage and security with revolutionary structure for customers, that combines assured availability of computing resource with a dynamic pricing model based on resource consumption. In addition, the new service does not limit the resource availability when the need exceeds the expectation, allowing customers to grow quickly, or burst, in the consumption of computing resources to meet business needs as they grow. The new service also provides managed services to operational systems and databases.
“The fast-growing economies and companies of Latin America are demanding scalable telecommunications services, good quality and low price,” said Elia San Miguel, principal research analyst at Gartner. “The region continues to look promising as the market has a hyper growth, Because managed services, hosting and have high consumption index, mainly by multinationals seeking to expand its presence in the market.”
Specifically for the Brazilian market, a recent Gartner study, that place between executives who make it decisions found that 60 percent of those who answered the survey planned to allocate part of your budget 2012 for external services it services related to cloud computing. (“Emerging Market Analysis: IT, Brazil 2012 and Beyond,” 2012)
The Level 3, multiple datacenter provider users, operates more than 350 data center facilities in North America, Europe and Latin America. These facilities can offer any of three levels of service, Since traditional hosting with network equipment until full support for managed solutions it. In addition, the datacenters of Level 3 are designed to deliver scalable solutions that allow customers to extend quickly your resources applications business or improve business continuity programs. The connectivity between the locations is available through the 165.000 Metropolitan fiber route miles, between cities, and the underwater Level 3.
For further information about the offers data center Level 3, visit http://www.level3.com/en/products-and-services/managed-value-add/data-center-services/data-center-facilities/.
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