Midas has built a secure data centre designed with managed services and Cloud computing in mind. It is equipped with the latest intelligent technology, incredibly well connected with world-class carriers on-site and offers businesses the ability to grow in both space and power – and all within the UK.
HIGH QUALITY INFRASTRUCTURE
Today, Cloud services require a physical infrastructure: a safe and secure environment from which the business critical servers and hard drives that contain the applications and data can operate. They require fast, uninterrupted data connections, a totally secure and reliable power supply and buildings that offer the highest possible levels of security. Whether you require a public, private or hybrid Cloud, Midas Solutions managed services data centre provides high quality infrastructure and first-class connectivity.
FLEXIBILITY FOR MSPS
Midas Solutions data centre offers managed services providers (MSPs) and Cloud providers the flexibility to scale operations in line with expansion strategies and offer bespoke solutions to their clients – giving their customers the scalability they need and offering an ideal platform on which to grow. Midas Solutions offers the flexibility to connect to the appropriate network and Cloud provider. Midas’s managed services data centre is ideally suited to organisations that require high-density powered racks and a choice of 10 Tier I Carriers all within Zone 1. Customers can take advantage of Midas’s expert on-site solution management and support, and benefit from our partners’ experience.
The phenomenal growth in Cloud-based service delivery and managed services is changing essential data centre requirements. Managed Services or Software as a Service (SaaS) providers are looking for a Cloud data centre that supports their new business models. It’s critical that their chosen facility can meet customer Service Level Agreements (SLA) of typically 99.99% and offer the highest resilience of connectivity, power and security. Organisations also need to consider the time it may take to get their engineers on site, not only to set-up and install new customer equipment, but to deal quickly with issues that may directly impact their SLA.