Princeton Hosted Solutions specialist in cloud-based computing and telephony business communications services will be joining hands with Verizon (News - Alert) Global Wholesale to deliver cloud-computing services to its customers.
The services offered by Princeton enable its clients to increase productivity and disaster survivability cost effectively.
The company assists businesses to effectively move on to cloud-based services.
“Many of our customers still rely on premises-based computing solutions and lack the dedicated staff and capital funding required to upgrade their IT infrastructure,” said Brad Bono, president of Princeton Hosted Solutions.
“The businesses that we serve have a real need for advanced IT services, and our agreement with Verizon Global Wholesale will enable us to deliver a platform that meets the reliability, security and redundancy requirements of our customers so they can focus on their core businesses,” Bono added.
Princeton Hosted Solutions is expected to resell an enterprise-class cloud service through Verizon’s IT services subsidiary, Terremark. The cloud program will serve all Princeton customers residing in the New York metropolitan area, and help customers manage on-demand computing resources especially in the automotive, healthcare and legal sectors.
They will now be able to meet dynamic business requirements and are required to pay only for resources consumed.
“Verizon recognizes that mid-market companies and large enterprises have very similar information technology requirement,” said Mike Millegan, president of Verizon Global Wholesale. “Our cloud agreement will enable Princeton Hosted Solutions to offer its customers a more flexible and cost-effective manner to deploy enterprise-class services.”
Verizon Global Wholesale provides voice, data, Internet and advanced IT and security solutions that serve the needs of global carriers, local service providers, Internet service providers, aggregators, integrators, resellers and content providers.
In related company news, Princeton Hosted Solutions filed an application with the Delaware Public Service Commission in February, 2012 seeking a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to allow it to provide competitive local and competitive intrastate interexchange telecommunications services within the State of Delaware.
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