Data Foundry recently announced that its colocation and networking services have been selected by Communication Service for the Deaf (CSD) for ensuring availability and performance efficiency for their mission-critical systems and applications. CSD’s voice and video communication platform will be hosted by Data Foundry's flagship Texas 1 facility.
Data Foundry is a specialist provider of experience-based data center outsourcing, colocation, disaster recovery, and managed services. In a statement, Tony Fortenberry, Chief Technology Officer for CSD, said that, "Data Foundry offered us a tailored solution that perfectly matched our requirements. For us it was clear that Data Foundry has the experience and track record to help us launch our new technology environment and continue to provide high quality solutions for deaf and hard of hearing individuals."
Established in 1994, Data Foundry created a name for itself as the first Internet Service Provider in San Antonio in addition to being one among first 50 Internet Service Providers in the United States. The company provides its extensive customer base with experience-based data center outsourcing, colocation, disaster recovery, and managed services. Customers of Data Foundry benefit from secure premium facilities for their servers and infrastructure; and emergency workspace and access to carrier-neutral network. Additionally, they are provided with robust support from onsite technicians of Data Foundry and round the clock customer support.
Shane Menking, President of Data Foundry said that, "We're pleased that CSD selected Data Foundry. We pride ourselves on not just providing great technical solutions but on truly understanding customer expectations based on our nearly twenty years in the business."
The experience-based data center services of Data Foundry have been designed with global capabilities that can deliver support for and address even the most demanding application performance, data availability, disaster recovery, and compliance issues.
Established in 1975, Communication Service for the Deaf, Inc. (CSD) was set up as a private, not-for-profit, multi-national organization which focuses on developing and provisioning technologies and services specifically for the deaf and those with other hearing impairments.
Edited by Carlos Olivera