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Tim Murphy, CEO Strencom with Bobby Kerr, chariman Insomnia and Dan Croke of Strencom
Irish technology company Strencom launched a cloud and connectivity solution in Dublin last night, which it says is “Ireland’s first truly enterprise virtual data centre”.
“Usually cloud is provided by one provider and connectivity by another, which leads to gaps in security, resilience and reliability so this solution is highly innovative, providing an integrated offering, that is managed by the client so virtual servers can be deployed instantly and cloud becomes easy-to-use for business and more cost effective,” explains Tim Murphy, Strencom CEO.
The Strencom solution enables organisations to have their own physical data centre without the hassle of having to manage all the hardware, and with end-to-end connectivity to the Strencom data network.
Organisations will now have the flexibility to instantly deploy virtual servers, update, distribute and scale cloud requirements as and when necessary.
Strencom has invested over €1m in its cloud infrastructure in recent years, to support its continuing growth, and the increasing demand for its private cloud and virtual data centre offerings.
With offices in Dublin, Cork and the UK, Strencom currently manages over 2,500 sites, and its clients include Big Fish Games, Gamestop, Dairygold and Quinn Healthcare.