|ATM S.A. offers cloud providers their own data centers|
ATM S.A., the largest provider of data center services in Poland, is making resources available to ICT firms that want to offer their own solutions and services under a cloud computing model. The centers in Warsaw and Katowice enable new business models to be launched while retaining the highest security standards.
Warsaw, 8 October 2014 ATM S.A., owner and operator of the nationwide ATMAN fibre-optic network and provider of data center services in Poland (under the ATMAN and Thinx Poland brands) is offering colocation and transmission services to ICT firms which sell and deploy software. In the past, their solutions have been installed on computers and servers belonging to the customer. Nowadays, more and more of them are being made available in the cloud, that is, they are installed on the providers servers, and the customer accesses the software remotely.
Many customers value the possibility of using applications offered in the cloud, as this enables reduced investment in their own IT infrastructure, significantly shortens deployment times, and makes the upgrade process easier. ICT providers can deploy cloud-based solutions using existing data centers, such as ATMAN and Thinx Poland. Both of these centers offer the highest standards of security at the legal, technological and physical levels, says Maciej Krzyżanowski, CEO of ATM S.A.
The location of the ATMAN and Thinx Poland data centers in Warsaw and Katowice means that customers can be sure that their data will be collected and processed in accordance with Polish and EU laws. Moreover, both centers have been designed to enable the creation of both private and public clouds, meaning that Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS) are provided in a safe and secure manner.
Customers who use ATMs data centers also have full access to basic resources such as power supply and connections. Thanks to redundancy, the company also guarantees reliable, fast and efficient data transfer using not only its own extensive fibre-optic network, but also Polands largest carrier-neutral data center, Thinx Poland, where cloud providers can take advantage of connections with the desired capacity and access to multiple operators.
The cloud is radically changing the rules of the game. We are facing up to the new challenges. ICT firms can begin to provide their cloud computing services using our ATMAN and Thinx Poland data centers relatively quickly, incurring only minimal costs, Maciej Krzyżanowski adds.