(ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Dec. 4, 2006) Data393, a leading managed IT infrastructure provider, announced today an agreement to provide dedicated server hosting to Boulder, Colo.-based LeftHand Networks, the leader in clustered open iSCSI storage area networks (SAN).
Under this agreement, Data393 will provide dedicated server services to LeftHand Networks to support their website and other web-based products.
“Data393 offers an ideal hosting environment – high performance servers, quick deployment and outstanding network connectivity – that allows us to focus on the growth of our storage systems featuring our flagship storage software, SAN/iQ,” said Chris Lewicki, director of IT for LeftHand Networks. “By concentrating our efforts on SAN/iQ, LeftHand is able to provide its customers with the only iSCSI SAN solution that leverages industry-standard servers such as the HP ProLiant DL380.”
Data393 offers dedicated servers featuring Intel Xeon processors, Windows or Linux operating systems, quality multi-carrier bandwidth and 24/7 support from a SAS 70 certified data center.
“Data393 has worked hard to ensure that our dedicated server solution offers LeftHand Networks the flexibility and reliability they need as they continue to grow,” said Erik Porter, Data393 co-founder and vice president of Sales. “Data393 has invested more than $30 million into a state-of-the-art facility that provides IT managers the answer to high hardware prices and server room build-outs.”
Located in the Inverness Business Park in southeast Denver, Data393 offers highly reliable colocation, dedicated servers, connectivity and managed infrastructure services with sophisticated physical security and a high capacity, multiple-carrier network. Data393 is committed to delivering the reliability, scalability and security that mission critical deployments demand. Visit http://www.Data393.com
About LeftHand Networks
Boulder-based LeftHand Networks pioneered IP-based storage area networks (SAN) in 2001. SANs built using LeftHand's SAN/iQ® software are uniquely able to distribute and protect data across a cluster of industry-standard storage servers. The company's patented architecture increases data availability, allows users to start small and grow the SAN seamlessly, and simplifies management. The LeftHand SAN is ideal for storage and server consolidation, campus SANs, and disaster recovery.