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Leading Miami-based Data Center Solutions Provider, Vault Networks Announces LATAM Partnership

VN has just entered strategic alliance with Brazil's Digital Marketing Experts, Hystalo

MIAMI, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Vault Networks, leading Miami-based provider of data center, cloud and colocation services, is proud to announce its strategic partnership with Brazilian provider of digital marketing and IT services – Hystalo. The Miami data center is located just blocks away from Terremark's NAP of Americas, which is home to the endpoint of fiber's reach into Latin America. This provides lesser latency to Hystalo's headquarters, based in Brazil, so their customers can benefit from faster load times. Hystalo is one of Vault Networks' (VN) customer success stories. VN has helped them service over two million customers amounting to more than 10,000 orders daily. Now, with the partnership started, more and more local South American companies can get that same ideal brand trust with VN.

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Rafael Rodrigues Massi Vieira, founder of Hystalo Brazil states: "After hiring VN back in 2011 we experienced brand growth and were able to take advantage of the great services offered for a low price. So forging a business partnership with them came naturally." Veronica Santana, Vault Networks' Marketing Coordinator further adds "Hystalo has become a strategic distributor and re-seller of our services in Brazil and as a recent customer success story, we gladly welcome them in our ever-growing eco-system. This partnership will help Hystalo's customer base gain access into VN's authentic LATAM IT solutions, which entails faster internet connectivity, high quality data center solutions, and happier clients."

The Miami data center currently offers its unique proposition: LATAM or Latin America IT solutions. "The alliance will bring forth tailored-fit solutions," states Brian Jankovich, president of Vault Networks. Miami is the fifth most interconnected city in the globe and its geographical advantage to the whole South American continent makes it the best choice for bandwidth. "The close proximity of VN to Brazil, Colombia and even Argentina helps us provide unbeatable prices for cloud hosting and data center solutions to LATAM countries," says Brian.

Hystalo on the other hand, being located in the outskirts of Brazil, the biggest country in LATAM with the highest number of client-base, becomes the brand ambassador of both VN and itself. While acquiring the best solutions from Vault, Hystalo provides seamless networking solutions that customers will love. As direct partners, Hystalo can instantly re-sell the VN services to other growing customers and the rest, as they say "is history."

Vault Networks has two main data centers in South Florida and one data center in Atlanta used mainly for backing up servers. VN's facilities are equipped with security measures including 24/7 security guard monitoring, security camera surveillance, and keycard badge scanners with biometric scanners. Each facility contains redundancy-facilitating equipment such as N + 1 UPS System, multiple power distribution units (PDU), multiple network provider connections, Internap network connection router, and backup generators, as well as an advanced cooling system to keep equipment running in optimal conditions.  The Vault Network's network is also designed to utilize a BGP protocol to connect you to the network connection with the best latency as well as the network with the least jitter and packet loss, and in the event of a network failure can switch you over to a different network in less than a second.   VN's IT experts are available to provide technical support 24/7 365 days a year.

About Hystalo

With a highly skilled team of professionals and prominent certifications from both Microsoft and Google, Hystalo has become the go-to service company when it comes to digital marketing and SEO services within Brazil. Its mission is to deliver projects that provide value to each customer's technology while increasing their staying power. Hystalo currently has a constantly-rising 2.5 million unique visitors per month.

About Vault Networks

For more than 10 years, Vault Networks has been providing secure cloud hosting, dedicated server hosting, colocation and managed IT services to clients worldwide. Leveraging a proven set of technologies and deep expertise, Vault Networks delivers a cost-effective alternative that provides responsive and predictable levels of service for its clients' businesses. Backing up this service is a team of certified, seasoned engineers

For more information on Vault Networks, visit www.vaultnetworks.com. To become a fan on Facebook, follow on Twitter or add to your Google+ circles, simply search "Vault Networks."


Veronica Santana

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100 N. Biscayne Blvd., Suite 604, Miami, FL 33132


Media Contact: Marketing Department, Vault Networks, 3057358098 ex 220, [email protected]

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