Amito are delighted to announce that network provider, hSo are the latest addition to their Reading data centre carrier list. As an accredited HSCN connectivity supplier, hSo deliver seamless connectivity to organisations including health-focused start-ups, Health/Medical SaaS providers, online pharmacies and many other healthcare service providers.
Amito CEO, Ed Butler commented: ‘hSo’s point of presence (POP) at our Reading facility demonstrates their confidence in our superior connectivity ecosystem. So far this year we have seen a significant increase in businesses moving their infrastructure off-premise and into our data centre. Adding hSo to our carrier list means we are now able to provide our customers with the option of connectivity into the Health and Social Care Network. This is great news for us and our customers.’
Chris Evans, hSo Managing Director added: We believe Amito are a strong partner for hSo, their data centre is the go-to option for businesses in the Reading area and we are keen to support their continued growth. Both hSo and Amito share a commitment to deliver excellent, cost-effective customer solutions.’
About Amito: Amito own and operate the largest, most efficient and secure data centre in Reading. Delivering high quality, colocation services through a network of 20 facilities across the UK. This vast reach enables them to provide great value, flexible colocation with high connectivity into the key London ecosystems. For further information, visit www.amito.com
About hSo: hSo implement, deploy, and manage IT Cloud & Telecom solutions that adapt to all customer needs, whether big or small. By owning and operating their own core low-latency resilient MPLS network, hSo provide the underlying infrastructure to ensure that customers’ employees can access business applications anytime, anywhere. They are proud to help hundreds of different sized organisations communicate flexibly, effectively, and securely – 24/7, 365 days a year. For further information, visit www.hso.co.uk
(Pictured: Amito Reading Data Centre)