Axiom Consulting & Design selects prov.net for data center – colocation services provider
Location, High Reliability and Ability to Accommodate Future Growth Were Key Factors
Providence, R.I., October 31, 2013 Provdotnet, LLC. a leading provider of datacenter solutions, today announced that it has begun providing data center services to Axiom Consulting & Design.
Axiom Consulting & Design is a technology and graphic design firm dedicated to providing custom software, database and website solutions and graphic design for all media. They utilize a wide range of technology and skill sets to support clients in achieving business and organizational goals. Axiom has a broad client base that includes nonprofit organizations as well as state and federal agencies. Axiom is located in Anchorage, Alaska.
“We selected prov.net because we needed a reliable data center with high availability, substantial IP bandwidth, and they had a data center located on the East Coast – in Rhode Island.” “Prov.net’s proposal provided us with the opportunity to establish an alternate data center site to complement our existing west coast data center. Prov.net also demonstrated a high degree of flexibility and proposed a solution that would work best for us, while accommodating our anticipated growth”, said Rob Bochenek, Axiom Consulting & Design’s founder.
Ron Sacks, Provdotnet’s Managing Partner, said Axiom Consulting & Design required a local, but proven high availability and reliable East Coast provider to host their growing platform. Ron also said, “Prov.net demonstrated how quickly we could accommodate some of Axiom’s unique requirements.”
About Provdotnet LLC
Provdotnet, LLC is a colocation, cloud services and managed data center services provider located in Providence, RI. Provdotnet opened its initial 2000 square foot facility at 1155 Westminster Street in July 2009 for customers requiring disaster recovery, cloud services, managed services and colocation facilities. Currently, Provdotnet now has over 7500 square feet, .75 megawatts of critical power and can house up to 200 full data cabinets and associated computing equipment, visit http://www.prov.net