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GTA TELEGUAM has announced the opening of the new Asia Pacific Datacenter (APAC).
Dan Moffat, CEO and president at GTA TELEGUAM said: "Data processing and communications are more important to businesses everyday. Business is all about the integrity of your systems and data. This world-class, secure facility is a first for Guam. It has the redundant power and air conditioning to withstand major disasters and insure business continuity.
"The GTA NOC (Network Operations Center) is now located at the APAC to provide 24x7x365 on-site personnel. GTA TELEGUAM is offering collocation, managed hosting and backup services to business and government customers located on Guam, stateside and in Asia.
Moffat continued: "Given all the submarine cables already coming in to the three cable landings on Guam with even more cables planned, Guam is potentially a regional communications hub for Asia and a gateway to the US and Asia. Guam operates under US law and there are many reasons to store data here. Working with VSNL, we now offer world-class, secure, hosting and backup manned at all times with diversity in connectivity both on and off island."
Managed hosting, backup and collocation provide business and government customers with flexible solutions to ensure uninterrupted access and improved performance of critical data and applications, particularly in the event of a disaster or business system failure.
GTA TELEGUAM and VSNL also recently announced increased islandwide, worldwide capabilities for their joint customers. GTA TELEGUAM provides redundant connectivity via its islandwide high capacity DWDM (Dense Wave Division Multiplexing) buried fiber rings, while VSNL offers worldwide connectivity via its submarine cable and landline offerings.