MDX-i, a subsidiary of MainOne, has partnered with Microsoft to provide cloud-based subscription services which is built on Microsoft Azure’s enterprise grade infrastructure to meet the computing infrastructure needs of companies deploying private, public or hybrid clouds from its Tier III Data Center in Lagos.of enterprise customers in West Africa.
The Infrastructure as a Service (IAAS) solution provides a wide range of computing resources, such as storage, CPU, memory, security firewalls and network bandwidth, all provisioned on a subscription basis.
“Businesses are beginning to embrace Cloud services because it promises increased agility in addition to savings,” says MDX-i’s Business Development Executive, Rob Lever. “Our IaaS platform reduces complexity, interoperability, and security concerns of our customers. It provides them the benefit of leveraging our infrastructure, and the expertise of MDX-i and Microsoft, without their having to incur the substantial costs associated with deploying such solutions”.
MDX-i was the first Nigerian data center company to receive the PCI-DSS and ISO 27001 and the company says it will over time offer a full set of integrated IT solutions, starting with IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service), SaaS (Software as a Service) and BaaS (Backup as a Service), among others.
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