The arrangement allows Cox Business
customers to move its equipment such as
computer servers to Perimeter Technology's
data centers in
Oklahoma City or
“The common thread is that customers that
chose our data centers are doing so because
some or all of their IT infrastructure have
to be up all the time or it costs them
money,” Perimeter spokesman
Russ Koch said.
Perimeter guarantees the equipment it
houses will be available 99.999 percent of
the time, Koch said.
“Downtime can be very expensive for the
customers,” he said.
The deal allows Cox representatives to
offer Perimeter's services to its customers,
and benefits Perimeter by extending its
sales reach, Koch said.
Randy Chandler, vice president of Cox
Oklahoma, said the partnership also will
benefit Cox customers.
“We can provide high-quality collocation
services in a secure facility that offers
dual-route diversity using one or both of
the Perimeter Technology locations for high
levels of service redundancy and diversity
in the event of a disaster,” Chandler said.