EHDF shows off diverse services

Company poised to launch both public and private cloud offerings

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EHDF shows off diverse services Companies want their infrastructure to be accessible and secure, says Bhardwaj.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  September 24, 2012

E-Hosting DataFort (eHDF) will showcase its diverse range of data centre hosting services at this year's GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK.

Its managed services enable customers to assign and outsource all aspects of IT infrastructure management, from their data centre to their core infrastructure including Servers, networks, storage, back-up and security.

In the cloud arena, eHDF is geared to launch both public and private cloud services. Managed private cloud services are targeted towards medium to large enterprises. Public cloud services are being tailored to suit small businesses operating in the SMB space.

In addition to this, the company offers disaster recovery and business continuity services, including provision of disaster recovery sites, comprehensive disaster recovery & replication solutions and disaster recovery seats.

As part of its portfolio, it offers co-location services through which customers can house IT equipment within eHDF's state-of-the-art data centres. Owing to diverse requirements, a range of flexible options have been made available to customers ranging from rack cabinets to secure cages. 

"Regional and global customers are able to reach out to a service provider based locally with a data centre within the country," says Sachin Bhardwaj of eHDF. "This is a major advantage as companies want their infrastructure to be accessible and secure."

GITEX acts a platform for eHDF to showcase its capabilities and gain an insight into trends and opportunities in the region. The company will be present at the Cloud Confex area, enabling it to raise awareness of its new cloud services.

The first half of the year saw key customer wins, such as Madar Holding, Atlantis, Dubai Multi Commodities Centre and large strategic government projects.

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