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Latisys Cloud Enabled Systems Infrastructure Underpins Tridex-Branded Managed Application Services

DENVER, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 04/30/14 -- Latisys, a leading provider of hybrid cloud hosting and data center solutions, today announced an IT infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) agreement with Tridex Systems, an innovative systems integrator headquartered in Englewood, Co.

Tridex provides clients efficient, cost-effective, and tightly integrated services to manage their critical enterprise applications. Tridex combines best-of-breed technologies -- including Intel-based servers running Microsoft Windows or Linux -- into multi-vendor application systems and services recognized for quality, performance, and flexibility. Tridex offers particular expertise in the areas of Business Intelligence, Managed Services and IT infrastructure.

Based on the need for highly secure, flexible and scalable IT infrastructure that can be rapidly provisioned for customers, Tridex chose Latisys as the core IT infrastructure platform to power Tridex-branded managed application services. Under terms of a multiyear IaaS agreement, Tridex utilizes Latisys' Cloud Enabled Systems Infrastructure (CESI) to deliver a hybrid combination of hosting and cloud resources utilized by Tridex customers across a wide variety of industries such as wholesale distribution, electrical, lumber, plumbing and heating. Future plans call for Tridex to offer additional resiliency and redundancy using Latisys' Disaster Recovery as a Service solution from Latisys' Ashburn, Va. data center.

"Tridex is focused on being a Managed Service provider and systems integrator," said Tim Watson, President, Tridex Systems. "Latisys is a premier IT infrastructure services partner with a world-class data center right here in Denver. They provide the infrastructure and expertise that enables us to grow rapidly while we focus on our customers' core business and critical applications."

"Tridex is taking advantage of Latisys' Denver presence to offer its own high performance managed application services -- all backed industry leading SLAs and 24x7 customer and technical support," said Pete Stevenson, CEO of Latisys. "As Tridex grows, our infrastructure will grow with them, so it's vital for Latisys to operate as an extension of their IT team."

With high-density data centers located in every U.S. time zone, Latisys' national reach enables multi-site redundancy, managed backup and secure disaster recovery including cloud-based DR solutions. Latisys' Tier III facilities are designed for the business continuity of mission-critical operations -- offering the power, cooling, backbone network and managed services with an eye toward reducing capital expenditures for storage and ongoing maintenance.

With security as a priority, Tridex also depends on Latisys to support diverse customer compliance requirements. Latisys engages external audit firms to for accredited annual examinations that span SOC 2, SOC 3, PCI DSS and HIPAA -- affirming Latisys' commitment to meet the highest standards for availability and security.

With a Net Promoter score of 46, Latisys leads the IaaS industry in customer satisfaction.

About Latisys
Latisys is a leading provider of hybrid cloud hosting and data center solutions to medium-sized businesses, enterprise customers and government agencies. With a heritage serving business customers since 1994, and multiple high-density data centers across the United States -- and now in the United Kingdom -- Latisys offers a scalable outsourced IT infrastructure platform that provides customers with what they need, when they need it. As a client-centric company -- with state of the art data centers in Ashburn, Virginia, Chicago, Denver, Irvine, California and London -- Latisys is quickly becoming the IaaS platform of choice for companies that seek a truly flexible IT infrastructure partner. Call 1-866-956-9594, visit www.latisys.com or follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/latisys for additional information. All Systems Grow.

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