DataBank Recognized on CRN’s 2018 Data Center 100 List
Dallas, Texas – February 26 – DataBank Ltd., a Digital Bridge portfolio company and leading provider of business solutions for data center, cloud, interconnectivity and managed services, announces today that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named DataBank to its 2018 Data Center 100 list. This annual list recognizes technology suppliers that excel at powering, supporting and protecting the complex and demanding data centers on which today’s businesses rely.
CRN editors select companies for the Data Center 100 list on the basis of multiple criteria, including each company’s overall impact on the market, its influence on the channel as a whole, and the types of technology and services it makes available to its partners.
In addition to recognizing technology suppliers for outstanding products and services, the Data Center 100 serves as a valuable guide for solution providers looking for best-in-class vendors providing data center infrastructure, management tools, software-defined technology and services.
DataBank operates 14 world-class, highly secure data centers across the U.S. and offers channel partners competitive compensation for client referrals. In compliance with HIPAA, SSAE-16, PCI-DSS and Safe Harbor requirements, DataBank’s facilities help channel partners leverage a full suite of services, including:
- Data center services – Remote and Smart hands, customized deployments, consulting and monitoring
- Managed services – Infrastructure services, data services, network services and security services
- Security services – Including managed firewall, VPN, IDS/IPS, anti-virus and DDoS protection
- Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service – Back up and storage options for critical data
- Cloud computing and hybrid services – Flexible and adaptable infrastructure architecture
CRN’s Data Center 100 vendors are aptly recognized for their best-in-class technologies and services, which enable solution providers to drive greater innovation, efficiency and profit in the data center,” states Bob Skelley, CEO, The Channel Company. “The 2018 list identifies the current top vendors in this vital market, helping solution providers find proven data center experts who can deliver the depth and breadth of materials, services and expert guidance required to meet their customers’ needs.”
“We are honored to be included in CRN’s 2018 Data Center 100 list,” comments Raul Martynek, CEO for DataBank. “Our success and leadership in the data center marketplace is due to our entire team providing proactive support, as well as its dedication to high quality infrastructure services. We are laser focused on providing channel partners with the foundation they need to help their end-users innovate and plan for future growth.” To learn more about DataBank, please visit www.databank.com. Follow DataBank on Twitter and LinkedIn.
The Data Center 100 list will be featured in the February 2018 issue of CRN and online at www.crn.com/datacenter100.
DataBank is a leading provider of enterprise-class data center, cloud and interconnection services, offering customers 100% uptime availability of data, applications and infrastructure. DataBank’s managed data center services are anchored in world-class facilities. Our customized technology solutions are designed to help customers effectively manage risk, improve their technology performance and allow them to focus on their core business objectives. DataBank is headquartered in the historic former Federal Reserve Bank Building, in downtown Dallas, TX. For additional information on DataBank locations and services, please visit http://www.databank.com or call 1 (800) 840-7533.
About Digital Bridge Holdings
Founded in 2013 by Marc C. Ganzi and Ben Jenkins, Digital Bridge is focused on the ownership, investment and active management of companies in the mobile and internet infrastructure sector. Since inception, Digital Bridge has raised over $6.5 billion of debt and equity capital used to acquire and invest in the development of communications infrastructure businesses, including DataBank, Vantage Data Centers, ExteNet, Vertical Bridge, Andean Tower Partners, and Mexico Tower Partners.