Dizzion Expands End User Computing Services Footprint with Two New Points of Delivery

Dizzion, Inc., which specializes in virtualization solutions, including cloud delivered desktops and application streaming, has added new end user computing (EUC) points of delivery (POD) to extend the company’s service capabilities. The new PODs are located in Pennsylvania and Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

According to the vendor, a new Pennsylvania POD allows Dizzion to provide faster service delivery to customers with needs in the eastern U.S., enhancing the user experience of Dizzion’s virtual desktops. In addition, a new Amsterdam POD marks Dizzion’s entrance into the European market and is aimed at allowing Dizzion to offer virtual end user computing solutions to customers with a presence in Europe while meeting the strict data residency requirements of the European Union and individual European countries.

In addition to expanding Dizzion’s service and coverage area, the two new PODs also offer Dizzion customers increased disaster recovery and business continuity solution options.

As organizations move more and more data into the cloud, data redundancy and disaster recovery is increasingly important, according to Steve Prather, president, CEO and co-founder, Dizzion, noting that the new PODs  are intended to help make disaster recovery and business continuity simpler to obtain for customers.

The Amsterdam POD marks Dizzion’s entrance into the European market. It is a critical part of Dizzion’s business plan to identify and penetrate new markets that present customer demand and an opportunity to expose Dizzion services to additional interested parties. This expands on Dizzion’s existing international presence in Central America and Asia Pacific.

The Amsterdam and Pennsylvania POD locations join several existing data center locations in the United States, Central America and Asia Pacific.

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