Transformyx Announces Dallas Data Center
Posted: 02/29/2016
Expands Data Center Capabilities with Premier Tier 3 location.


Baton Rouge, February 23, 2016: Transformyx, Inc. today announces the addition of Dallas Texas as the latest in Data Center expansion plans.


A Tier 3 facility, with over 108,000 sq. ft. available will provide Transformyx and its reseller partners with additional Colocation, DRaaS and IaaS services. Located conveniently 15 minutes from Love Field Airport, this location is extremely convenient for customers in the Gulf South region looking for an easy to access and robust Data Center to provide Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity capabilities.


"Transformyx established a long term growth strategy in 2010 focused on Managed and Cloud Services including Data Center Services. In 2014 we took the next step in our long term growth by focusing our energies on expanding the solutions which involve Data Center services. We look forward to continuing to partner with organizations and helping them achieve their respective goals," Claude Bethea, CEO noted.


Transformyx management anticipates that many Gulf Coast companies and organizations are seeking viable options for Data Center solutions. Transformyx also continues to partner with other technology providers through a reseller program which includes Colocation, IaaS, Hosted VoIP, Backup and DRaaS. As a competitive advantage Resellers can leverage a broad network of telecommunications providers in creating cost efffective and creative custom solutions for their customers.


“The addition of a Dallas location provides our Gulf Coast Customers with an accessible and robust solution. We will build on the core of Colocation, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity leveraging our existing High Speed Network and combining these to the Dallas location providers. With Dark Fiber Connectivity to the Infomart, we are a single hop away from over 100 providers, which provides our customers with tremendous design options as we architect solutions ”, Stated James DuBos, Chief Technology Officer for Transformyx.
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