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SecureRack: The New Virtual Data Centre in Switzerland

SCHINDELLEGI, Switzerland, March 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

The Swiss Internet Service Provider Backbone Solutions AG has launched  http://www.securerack.com, a new IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) solution that complies with the highest security requirements and is globally offered to small, medium and large companies. SecureRack provides its customers with a virtual data centre in Switzerland. A flexible resource pool allows the customers to adapt their dynamic IT infrastructure at any time to current needs and to run as many servers as required. 

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Flexibility and security are currently among the most important and topical issues in the IT sector. The resources required to run your own IT infrastructure in a modern computing centre in Switzerland with the highest security requirements are rented in the form of a virtual data centre. SecureRack offers the vDatacenter product, a flexible resource pool that enables companies to run a virtual data centre according to their own needs. Various operating systems and more than 100 server templates for the configuration of servers are provided. Resource pools are available from only EUR 24.50 per month.

All data are exclusively located in Switzerland and are professionally protected by multiple firewalls and ultra-modern encryption technology.

Switzerland as a location

The high level of legal security, the strong data protection laws and the Swiss tradition of confidentiality and neutrality make Switzerland the ideal location for your virtual data centre. Switzerland is not a member of the EU and is therefore not subject to data exchange agreements with other countries.    

The products of http://www.securerack.com are not constrained by predefined service packages or individual servers, but offer solutions that allow the customers to define their own resource pools according to their needs (CPU, RAM, DISK). These pools can be used to define, operate and delete any number of servers without additional costs. The customers thus have complete flexibility.

More than 100 server templates available

SecureRack not only offers its customers different operating systems such as Linux or Windows, but also more than 100 server templates with commonly used applications. A customer can use them to create a server with the desired characteristics within minutes.

"Our server templates clearly distinguish us from our competitors and add significant value for our customers. A pre-configured server with the desired applications is ready for use in a few minutes. Interested parties will receive a discount of 50% for one month to test the SecureRack vDatacenter by creating and running any number of servers. Provision of a vDatacenter only takes five minutes and is handled on-line by our http://www.securerack.com web site," said Marcel Gmür, COO of Backbone Solutions AG.

About SecureRack

SecureRack is a product of Backbone Solutions AG. The Swiss company was founded in 1998 and is 100% Swiss-owned. Backbone Solutions AG offers professional solutions in the VoIP, Cloud (IaaS) and connectivity areas. The sipcall VoIP product has positioned the company as one of the leading VoIP solution providers in Switzerland. More than 40 000 business and private customers have currently chosen a solution by Backbone Solutions AG.

Press contact

SecureRack by
Backbone Solutions AG
Marcel Gmür
Chaltenbodenstrasse 4b
CH-8834 Schindellegi

Tel. +41-44-512-88-99
Fax +41-44-512-88-90
[email protected]
http://www.securerack.com


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