C7 Hosts Virtual Servers

Introduces a new data center service for customers called C7-VirtualEdge

January 30, 2009

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SALT LAKE CITY -- C7 Data Centers, Inc. (C7) today introduced a new data center service for customers called C7-VirtualEdge. This new service provides a dedicated server environment that reduces customer IT costs and deployment time while improving flexibility. C7-VirtualEdge is based on VMWare’s industry-leading virtual infrastructure platform.

C7-VirtualEdge is immediately available and its benefits to customers include

Lower Capital Requirements - Large capital outlays are no longer necessary for new deployments or upgrades. Servers can be consolidated while maintaining isolation of operating environments.

Rapid Deployment - Servers can be provided on-demand with no waiting on hardware or software.

Flexible Infrastructure - Disk storage, memory and processor capacity can be increased or reallocated at any time, on-demand, without waiting for parts and without downtime.High Availability - In the event of a hardware failure, virtual servers are automatically brought back online with standby hardware in just minutes.

“C7-VirtualEdge helps organizations optimize their IT management practices by reducing server sprawl, lowering energy costs, and saving time,” stated Nathan Hatch, CEO, C7 Data Centers, Inc. “We want to remove complexity from the lives of our customers with simple solutions that have great value. C7-VirtualEdge is that type of solution and is a key technology driving this effort. C7-VirtualEdge helps customers reduce their environmental impact and opens the doors to greater organizational efficiency and better control of capital investments.”

C7 Data Centers Inc.

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