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Datalink Deploys Virtual Data Center Infrastructure at Velocitor Solutions

Datalink, a leading provider of data center infrastructure and services, today announced the completion of a $1.1M unified virtual data center infrastructure deployment for Velocitor Solutions, a Charlotte, N.C.-based mobile/wireless software as a service vendor serving transportation/logistics, direct-store-delivery, field service and field sales clients. The new data center environment will enable Velocitor to quickly add SaaS capacity for company services ranging from mobile accounting to GPS vehicle tracking, help ensure 24x7 application availability, and support Velocitor's internal staff.

The project

Datalink served as strategic advisor on the project; designed and deployed compute, network and storage elements into a single, unified FlexPod™ architecture featuring technologies from NetApp, Cisco, and VMware; and deployed site-to-site failover and disaster recovery capabilities. FlexPod is a pre-tested, optimized and pre-validated data center solution supported by Datalink as part of the company's VDC migration strategy for large and midmarket enterprises.

"This project is a prime example of how Datalink is using its VDC expertise to help clients take advantage of newer cloud-based data center technologies that can help move their business forward," said Paul Lidsky, Datalink President and CEO. "By focusing on converged data center architectures that incorporate virtualization, private cloud computing and advanced networking, we are enabling clients, like Velocitor, to gain agility, efficiency, and performance that are critical to business success."

Datalink, a network storage maker, said Q4 EPS rose 140% to 24 cents, 2 cents over views. Sales rose 76% to $91 mil. It sees Q1 EPS above views. It fell 3%.

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