netTALK.com has re-built netTALK Cloud andDataCenter.
The new center inMiamifeatures fully-redundant power design and connectivity for wireless 4G offerings, thanks to a 150-foot, 4G enabled cellular tower, and Fortune 500 tenants.
“Completing this major build-out of the netTALK Cloud andDataCenterand corporate headquarters marks a major milestone in our evolution as a company,” said Anastasios ‘Takis’ Kyriakides, president and CEO of netTALK.com.
“Building on our success as a CLEC and consumer electronics company, we are quickly broadening our focus to more fully embrace cloud, data and network operations hosting. This ultra-modern facility will be our command center as we emerge into a variety of cutting-edge, high-margin sectors,” Kyriakides added.
Telecommunications carriers including Sprint Nextel Corp, Florida Power and Light – Fibernet; Qwest, a subsidiary of CenturyLink; AT&T Wireless, BellSouth, and Verizon Wireless are current tenants of the netTALK Cloud Center.
The new cloud and data center features television and wireless 4G LTE transmissions, a microwave network, redundant power and cooling, data feeds, modern rack space, raised floors, a monitoring room, and dedicated in-house tech support.
The facility will provide scalable IPTV and wireless 4G service, B2B cloud hosting, network operations, and a number of other data management services.
netTALK.com is looking at securing new revenue streams and providing a whole host of new services to both B2C and B2B customers.