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Hatsize Unveils New North American Datacenter to Support Customer Growth; Datacenter Reduces Cost and Speeds Delivery of Cloud-Based Training Labs
Calgary, AB (PRWEB) July 15, 2014
Hatsize, the leading provider of global cloud-based training labs for software and hardware products, today announced the unveiling of a new and improved North American datacenter that is designed to support growing customer demand and the increasing needs of Hatsizes high-performance equipment.
To address market expansion, Hatsize is unveiling new and improved datacenter capacity to its already robust global environment. By co-locating in this new datacenter, Hatsize will be able to reduce technology infrastructure costs and complexity for clients while improving quality and speeding up the deployment of cloud-based training and demo services. Hatsizes existing network of cloud-based datacenters is located in North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.
The Hatsize datacenters are the backbone for delivering global cloud-based training lab sessions for technology and training organizations who want to increase revenues while decreasing travel and infrastructure costs.
Datacenters have always been a critical part of Hatsizes global training lab solution -- and they are becoming even more important as customer adoption increases, said Guy Hummel, Hatsize CEO. This new facility not only supports Hatsizes customer growth, but provides greater flexibility when delivering cloud-based training labs that reduce costs, improve training effectiveness and gain competitive advantage.
Key attributes of the new and improved datacenter include:
Hatsize is the leading global provider of cloud-based training labs for software and hardware products. As a cloud service, Hatsize has successfully delivered over 2 million hours of hands-on training sessions for some of the worlds fastest growing technology and training organizations including Symantec, Juniper Networks, New Horizons and MicroTek.
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