Opus Interactive, a leading provider of cloud hosting services, has spent over 20 years honing a mix of purpose-built cloud and colocation solutions to be delivered from world-class data centers in the most connected places on the planet.
The company recently announced plans to expand its footprint on the East Coast, selecting the Northern Virginia data center campus of Iron Mountain Incorporated® to provide enhanced custom cloud solutions to federal agencies and enterprises.
This strategic East Coast expansion provides improved latency and increasing geographic redundancy to Opus customers. By utilizing the Iron Mountain data center, Opus’ federal agency and enterprise customers get a campus that is FISMA High-Rated and Tier-III certified, enabling them to comply with government infrastructure efficiency initiatives during data center optimization initiatives driven by the Modernizing Government Technology Act.
Opus operates its cloud and colocation solutions in three key markets across the nation: Dallas, Texas; Northern Virginia; and Hillsboro, Oregon ─ the company’s home base, often called the “Ashburn” of the West Coast. Northern Virginia carries 70 percent of the world’s internet traffic, making the location strategic for Opus Interactive, whose East and West Coast locations can now offer greater connectivity options and access to an experienced workforce and nearby submarine cable systems connecting multiple continents. Further fortifying the strength of Opus’ cloud and connectivity service offering is access to diverse energy grids across its physical locations.
For more information about Opus Interactive, visit www.opusinteractive.com