More Globe Data Centers Opening
MANILA, Philippines --- As local demand for IT infrastructure increases, Globe Telecom is expanding its data center operations in 2012, beginning with two new sites in Quezon City and Cavite which will be operational by year-end.
Globe is likewise expanding its existing data center facilities in Makati and Cebu to have the widest network and footprint of data centers in the Philippines.
To date, the company currently has the most number of data centers among local telcos, with five facilities across Luzon and Visayas.
Customers store vital information and run mission-critical systems in Globe Data Centers so they don't have to build and maintain their own, leaving them free to focus on their core businesses.
Globe also offers a wide range of managed data center services and solutions that suit various needs of enterprise customers.
These include co-location, dedicated server hosting, disaster recovery services and managed security services.
"Customers who invest in the data center experienced huge savings in capital expenses, with significantly reduced maintenance and operational costs," explained Jesus Romero, Head of Globe Business.
"Cost-efficiency, high availability and global connectivity are the main drivers for companies who subscribe to the service," he added.
Already, "Our data center revenue continues to increase year-on-year. We posted double-digit growth from 2010 to 2011."
Globe has achieved various certifications ensuring the integrity and reliability of its data centers. …