Boulder, CO, April 20, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Boulder, Colorado-based Earthnet announced that it has completed a $200,000 expansion of its cloud computing infrastructure.
Earthnet CEO, Bahman Saless, said that the company has adopted a new private cloud platform, Fractus, that provides a level of security and accountability for small business that isn’t available in the conventional cloud environment. Fractus is hosted by the Dell Active System 800 Cloud Solution.
“Fractus is a HIPAA compliant private cloud system, hosted on our Boulder premises, that allows practitioners to access medical information directly, securely and from anywhere in the field,” said Saless. “The system is also effective for industries that are security sensitive, such as law, finance and government contractors.”
Saless expects that the Earthnet infrastructure upgrades will allow the company to expand its customer base by a further 50 percent.
Founded in 1994 in Boulder, Colorado, Earthnet is a leading national provider of quality Internet solutions for business and government contractors of all sizes. Earthnet’s mission is to provide turnkey IT solutions in the areas of colocation, managed services and the cloud. The company boasts a 99.9995% uptime SLA. For further information please go to www.earthnet.net or call 303-546-6362.