Virtus adds V Range to its Intelligent Data Centre portfolio

London, 14 January  2014 – Virtus Data Centres, London’s flexible and efficient data centre specialists, announced today that it has launched its V range; a portfolio of services designed to further enhance its existing range of  flexible and efficient data centre solutions.
The Virtus Intelligent Data Centre portfolio, which currently includes the industry-leading CoLo-On-Demand and Connectivity-On-Demand services has been extended to incorporate the new V-Rack, V-Pod and V-Suite range of solutions with Flex, Enterprise and On Demand options available. These products enable a customer to choose the IT solution that best suits their business requirements, ensuring they are getting absolute flexibility and the lowest TCO possible without compromising on quality of design and implementation.

The full range of services have been specifically designed to help customers meet challenges such as delivering 100% uptime for production, matching data centre costs to  ever-changing requirements, testing new markets without long term commitment, and allowing accurate monitoring of  equipment to aid with  agile resource re-allocation in line with business fluctuations.

The V products can be scaled up or scaled down at Rack, Pod or even Suite level allowing customers to pick and choose from a wide range of products and services  including ‘pay as you use’ or ‘pay as you grow’ models with contract lengths varying from as little as a day to a decade.
Neil Cresswell, CEO of Virtus Data Centres, commented:  “At Virtus we are transforming the data centre landscape. We see ourselves as an IT services company first, helping our customers run and grow their business with innovative and reliable technology solutions based on our flexible and efficient data centre solutions. We offer the flexibility to handle different application workloads that drive different system requirements with different technical and commercial data centre solutions in the same data centre or data centre portfolio.”

Neil Cresswell, added: “We caused a bit of a stir with our CoLo-On-Demand service six months ago, then supplemented that with Connectivity-On-Demand. Recently we have been working on extending that market-leading flexibility to the rest of our range, so that we are able to deliver to our customers the same flexible solutions regardless of the IT budget, the size of the deployment or the length of the contract.”

For more information on the Virtus Intelligent Data Centre portfolio please contact [email protected].  For more information on Virtus, visit their profile page here or website here.

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