AUSTIN, Texas –Data Foundry announced that WTG, a premier master agent, has become the latest company to enter into its agent partner program.
As part of this agreement, WTG customers needing colocation and disaster recovery services will be able to work with Data Foundry on solutions within Data Foundry’s Texas 1 data center.
“WTG is a long established master agent and provides a very diverse portfolio of services to its customers,” said Mark Noonan, vice president of sales at Data Foundry. “We are excited that Texas 1 will become a key resource for their customer’s colocation and disaster recovery needs.”
Focused on providing seamless interactions for its customers, WTG offers a nationwide network of more than 2,500 telecom consultants, VARs, and independent sales agents. WTG has one of the most diverse portfolios in the industry, including local, long-distance, data, Internet and associated equipment.
“We pride ourselves in providing our clients the best solutions,” said Vince Bradley, CEO of WTG, “From that standpoint, Data Foundry and Texas 1 were a perfect fit within our product portfolio. Their technical expertise is second to none, and having access to a world-class facility like Texas 1 helps us attract new customers. It also ensures that our customers are inside one of the most reliable colocation facilities in the world.”
Data Foundry equips its partners with the resources and services necessary to meet the demand for premium data center space and disaster recovery solutions.
By becoming a Data Foundry partner, service providers have access to state-of-the-art colocation, reliable connectivity, and dedicated worksite recovery space.
Texas 1 is powered by two independent substations and connected to over 17 fiber providers, making it the most redundant, connected, and secure data center and disaster recovery solution available in Texas. Located on a 40 acre development, this 250,000 SF facility can address the most stringent of requirements including large-scale deployments and high performance computing demands.