Denver, CO—May 25, 2017 —CoreSite Realty Corporation (NYSE:COR, news, filings), a premier provider of secure, reliable, high-performance data center and interconnection solutions across the U.S., today announced that Ariento, a company that specializes in cybersecurity and IT solutions for small businesses, has chosen CoreSite as its data center solution partner, deploying within CoreSite’s Santa Clara data center campus.
Ariento is a service-disabled veteran-owned company with over 30 years of experience in cybersecurity for various military branches and organizations. Ariento provides its customers with an IT solution that not only protects their businesses, but also helps to balance the needs of security and convenience. As a business that provides IT security for small businesses and organizations, the physical security at CoreSite’s Santa Clara campus provided Ariento with a level of comfort that was unmatched amongst other data center operators. Across its portfolio, CoreSite directly employs experienced security officers at each of its facilities, adding a layer of accountability to the protection of its customers’ mission-critical business applications.
Ariento also chose to deploy in CoreSite’s Santa Clara campus based on the proximity to markets that Ariento serves, and to reliably support the growth in its client base with a more advanced architecture that could meet the performance requirements created by this growth, specifically decreasing the latency to public cloud service providers such as AWS Direct Connect.
“Throughout the process, CoreSite was extremely responsive as well as transparent, and as a small business, these are areas in which we too strive to succeed,” said Aaron Hanke, Partner at Ariento. “It is this experience that gives us confidence that this will be a long-term partnership that permits Ariento to better service its clients from both a security and performance perspective.”
The CoreSite Silicon Valley market is comprised of seven operational data centers, providing colocation solutions to one of the largest concentrations of Internet and technology companies in the world. More than 185 international and national carriers, social media companies, cloud computing providers, media and entertainment firms, and enterprise customers connect to do business in CoreSite’s Silicon Valley data center market.
“We are pleased to welcome Ariento to our Santa Clara campus, which is home to a dynamic community of enterprise and digital content companies, cloud and IT service providers, and network providers,” said Maile Kaiser, Vice President of Sales at CoreSite. “Our network and interconnection-dense environment will provide Ariento the capability to take its business to the next level and we look forward to supporting its future growth.”
Ariento is a service-disabled military veteran owned company with over 30 years of experience in cybersecurity and information technology (IT) services. Whether it has been with the Department of Defense, Marine Corps, or National Guard, their team has provided answers to the growing threat of cyber-attacks and data breaches on behalf of their nation, its businesses and organizations as well as individuals. To learn more about Ariento, visit: Ariento.com.
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