Multi-level physical and logical security as well as challenge points. Our security is trusted by government agencies in addition to Financial, Insurance, Healthcare and Retail businesses.
CenturyLink is a Tier 1 ISP and international carrier offering multiprotocol label switching (MPLS), virtual private network (VPN), Ethernet virtual private line (EVPL), Ethernet private line (EPL) and private line services.
CenturyLink delivers clean, continuous power to your critical systems, with power densities up to 50kW per cabinet, backed by a 100% power uptime SLA.
Drive efficiency by using our infrastructure professionals for technical on-site support (remote hands).Save the trip and cost by using our technicians instead of dispatching your own.
We offer a full suite of Hybrid IT options and a breadth of data center services. Our data centers establish a global marketplace where Carriers, XaaS providers, Integrators, Enterprises, and Service Providers all come together.
CenturyLink is your data center partner extending your IT staff. Whether you need migration support or project management, our Advanced Services teams are here to help you.
Certified Operational Excellence
CenturyLink is designing, managing, and operating some of the most reliable and capable data centers in the world.
All CenturyLink facilities are designed and built to N+1 redundancy specification. In 2013 CenturyLink committed to certify for all new builds to the Uptime Institute Tier III Constructed Facility standard.
Only provider to commit to Uptime Institute M&O Stamp certification for all its data centers by 2016.
We have over 600 engineers and staff with PMP, ITIL, network, hardware, software, and industry certifications.
Minimum N+1 redundancy for mechanical, electrical, and network connectivity with concurrent maintainability.
Active-active vs. Active-passive: Which Data Center Architecture has the Advantage for Disaster Recovery? – Part 2
Nader Hantour | February 23,2017
As I noted in part one of this blog, active-active and active-passive data center architectures are often used in businesses’ disaster recovery and business continuity plans. Without such plans in place, companies may face outages which hurt them financially while … Read more…→
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Active-active vs. Active-passive: Which Data Center Architecture has the Advantage for Disaster Recovery? – Part 1
Nader Hantour | February 21,2017
Companies in multiple industries continue to utilize colocation for their mission-critical IT infrastructure and data due to the scalability, reliability, resiliency and security it provides. It enables them to enjoy increased bandwidth, higher network speed and connectivity, carrier diversity, remote … Read more…→
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CenturyLink brings together the strength of its network and managed services with Savvis® colocation and data center expertise. Our customers have been benefiting from the combined strength of these companies since 2011.