October 30, 2012
LENEXA, Kansas, Oct. 30 — Arsalon Technologies, a Kansas City-based provider of business class hosting solutions, announced today a partnership with XIOLINK, an IT As A Service company which provides hosting, managed services, colocation and private cloud computing solutions. This relationship will expand Arsalon Technologies' ability to provide high-level services to their national client base. The Arsalon-XIOLINK partnership will foster expanded peering and disaster recovery opportunities through a direct fiber connection between the two hosting providers' Tier III data centers in the Kansas City area and St. Louis, Missouri.
"At XIOLINK, we are always seeking ways to maximize the value of our customers' IT organizations," says Brad Pittenger CEO of XIOLINK. "This partnership will be a terrific opportunity to leverage our exceptional security, reliability and state-of-the art infrastructure solutions to help Arsalon succeed and grow."
Through the addition of XIOLINK's network infrastructure, an Arsalon client will be able to extend its network connectivity through six state-of-the-art data centers in the Midwest. This reciprocal relationship between data center providers is a result of consistent growth in the data hosting sector. Companies are engaging hosting experts like Arsalon and XIOLINK for IT outsourcing and data management solutions because of the increased growth of cloud-based applications and Internet-enabled devices.
"We are focused on developing hosting solutions for our clients that fit their needs, and the Arsalon-XIOLINK relationship offers clients expanded access to data center services," stated Annie Brock, Vice President of Sales and Business Development, at Arsalon Technologies. "The N+1 provider relationship is ideal for many companies looking for an added measure of streamlining vulnerabilities across multiple cities and states. It brings best-of-breed providers together to deliver dense interconnection and even greater redundancy to data storage."
About Arsalon Technologies
Arsalon Technologies, LLC is Kansas City's award-winning, enterprise class hosting company with a mission to provide clients with leading edge network infrastructure and scalable data center solutions. Arsalon serves small to large businesses by delivering secure and reliable Cloud Computing Services, Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). Arsalon Technologies is a privately owned company headquartered in Lenexa, Kansas.
XIOLINK, LLC is committed to ensuring that leaders of mid-market enterprises improve their return on their IT investment, and is the leading provider of managed infrastructure, managed hosting, colocation and private cloud computing solutions to clients worldwide. XIOLINK maintains an infallible connection between clients and their data while providing the best technology resources available and proudly works with clients in a variety of industries including healthcare, finance, biotechnology, marketing and retail. XIOLINK is a privately owned company headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri.
Source: Arsalon Technologies, LLC
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