Codero Hosting Announces New Enterprise Hosting Solutions Based on Partnership with Dell


Codero Hosting Announces New Enterprise Hosting Solutions Based on Partnership with Dell

By Laura Stotler

Codero Hosting has partnered with Dell and is introducing new enterprise-grade hosting solutions based on Dell's portfolio. The managed service provider (MSP), which offers dedicated and cloud hosting services, will base a portion of its service offerings on Dell equipment.

The partnership with Dell enables Codero to more rapidly expand its services and customer base. The Dell additions include the company's PowerEdge server portfolio, and are designed to address the needs of customers looking for enterprise-grade hosting.

The new offerings will also expand the existing solution architectures of Codero customers.

"We are coming off a great year in 2012 and by expanding our portfolio to include Dell-branded hardware in 2013, we strengthen and further accelerate Codero's enterprise-grade offerings," said Emil Sayegh, president and CEO at Codero Hosting. "A robust cloud and hosting platform requires both operational excellence and engineering creativity. Dell is uniquely qualified to deliver on both. Codero now can focus on delivering an exceptional hosting service experience to our customers, while Dell enables us with reliable hardware solutions. "

Codero's managed services are fully automated and include high levels of customer service delivered by the company's U.S.-based team. Customers retain complete control over their IT equipment while utilizing the MSP's hosting data centers in Phoenix, Arizona, Chicago, Illinois and Ashburn, VA.

Products and services are backed by SAS Type II certification, and customers can also take advantage of Codero's Rewards Program.

"By implementing a technical data center solution with the Dell PowerEdge server portfolio, Codero can now eliminate costly hardware unknowns while providing clients peace of mind and the security of a 100-percent private cloud," said Sam Miller, executive director, Dell Preferred Accounts.

Edited by Braden Becker

MSPToday Contributing Editor

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