H5 Data Centers, a national colocation and wholesale data center provider, today announced that Maya Virtual has deployed its IT architecture to the H5 Data Centers edge data center at 505 Marquette Avenue in Albuquerque. The expansion furthers the growth of Maya Virtual's custom cloud platform operating in certified, top-rated colocation facilities.
"Albuquerque's tech and telecom sectors are growing fast and we want to be part of that. As part of our expanding cloud services network, Albuquerque will be an excellent hub for digital media services in the Southwest region and beyond," said Dan Fry, Founder, and CEO of Maya Virtual. "We are excited to be working with H5 Data Centers and look forward to everything the partnership will help bring to the Albuquerque area."
"As Albuquerque is quickly becoming a tech hub, Hurricane Electric is looking forward to providing customers of H5 Data Centers additional and cost-effective connectivity options, said Mike Leber, President of Hurricane Electric. This new PoP is Hurricane Electric's first in New Mexico and it reflects our commitment to providing connectivity to users around the globe."
The relationship between Maya Virtual and H5 Data Centers facilitates growth and expands the product offerings for H5 Data Centers' customers and prospects. Maya Virtual develops cloud software and infrastructure automation for ISPs, managed service providers, and IT organizations around the world.Albuquerque Edge Data Center Highlights:
"505 Marquette is Albuquerque's most interconnected access point," said Josh Simms, founder, and CEO of H5 Data Centers. "Cloud service providers and content companies increasingly require low-latency access to networks and digital partners. Due to its geographic location and affordable operational costs, Albuquerque is well positioned for continued IT infrastructure services growth."About Maya Virtual
Maya Virtual, Inc. is a cloud computing company based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Founded in 2015, Maya Virtual develops cloud software and infrastructure automation for ISPs, managed service providers, and IT organizations around the world. For more information, visit www.mayavirtual.com.About H5 Data Centers