Customers can now directly access both Telx data centers, one in Santa Clara, Calif. and the other in Atlanta, Ga. Both Telx-enabled IaaS cloud-based data centers are powered by Peak.
Peak CEO Luke Norris (who we recently featured in Friday's Last Word) told Talkin' Cloud that both Santa Clara and Atlanta were selected because they "represented two of the densest channel partner geographies not yet covered by a Peak cloud node location."
"The nodes add an additional two cloud locations for every Peak channel partner to utilize -- thus expanding geographic reach and providing greater accessibility," he said."
Peak plans to add more cloud nodes into more locations in 2014 to provide "greater accessibility for channel partners throughout the nation, as well as further minimizing latency for customers running production workloads on the Peak cloud," Norris said.
Norris had previously told Talkin' Cloud, "Our goal is to have a presence in every major NFL city over the next few years."
To celebrate the opening of these nodes, both companies are offering new incentives to those who establish new cloud services, including hybrid configurations, which leverage both Telx colocation and a cloud platform powered by Peak.