Datapipe Becomes a Burstorm Preferred Solution Provider

By Rory Lidstone

A global provider of managed services and infrastructure for outsourced IT and cloud computing, Datapipe was recently selected as a Preferred Solution Provider in Burstorm's Cloud Service Network. Burstorm is a specialist in moving enterprises to the cloud, and providing recommendations based on the latest available cloud computing services as well as the client's own infrastructure, constraints and objectives.

"By connecting to Burstorm's Cloud Service Network, Datapipe's robust portfolio of mission-critical IT services is accessible to new markets and customers," said Chris Mooney, Datapipe's VP of Channel Sales, in a statement. "We have already seen the benefits of this relationship and we are excited to work with Burstorm to provide cloud solutions for the enterprise."

It's not too big a surprise that Datapipe was made a Preferred Solution Provider as the company is consistently recognized for its excellence in terms of reliability, customer service, energy efficiency and much more. Indeed, the company was named by Netcraft, which conducts monthly Internet research reports on the hosting industry, as the most reliable hosting company for October and November 2012 – also securing a spot in the top five in December.

Around that time, Datapipe also increased its ranking to number eight on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) Top 20 Tech & Telecom list of the largest green power users. In total, the company makes more than 74 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of green power every year.

This amounts to a total annual reduction of over 112 million pounds of carbon emissions.

Meanwhile, Burstorm provides software that can continuously benchmark an enterprise's compute, storage, data center and network infrastructure. Then, with the help of constraint-based optimization technology, the company's recommendation engine provides a list of potential alternatives to achieve client objectives.

The software even automates the process of purchasing software to make the process that much easier.

Edited by Braden Becker

Contributing Writer

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