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Bluebird Network receives 2023 Backup and Disaster Recovery Award

Bluebird Underground Data Center Honored for Improving Business Processes

Bluebird Network announced today that TMC, a global, integrated media company, has named Bluebird Underground Data Center (BBU) as a 2023 Cloud Computing Backup and Disaster Recovery Award winner, presented by TMC’s Cloud Computing Magazine. The company’s commitment to improving business processes includes streamlining installation and maintenance for the Underground Data Center customers.

The Cloud Computing Backup and Disaster Recovery Award recognizes technologies and vendors that have built cloud solutions that empower businesses of all sizes to remain active and productive under the most challenging conditions, minimizing downtime and eliminating lost business opportunities.

BBU is a comprehensive disaster recovery site, with Uninterrupted Power Supply to all equipment, battery back-up and 6MW of on-site generation protecting against power outages, natural disasters, cyberattacks, and any other challenge threatening enterprise data connectivity.

“This recognition underscores our commitment to providing top-notch disaster recovery solutions for our clients,” says Todd Murren, General Manager of Data Centers for Bluebird Network. “Our focus on physical security, redundant critical infrastructure, and reliable carrier-neutral data center connectivity ensures that our clients have a resilient and dependable partner to navigate unforeseen challenges.”

Situated 85 feet below the earth’s surface within a solid limestone mine, the facility offers unparalleled physical security against natural and manmade disruptions. BBU is equipped with redundant critical infrastructure built to N+1 standards, including dual-fed power substations, all capable of running autonomously. With connections to major data centers across the Midwest, BBU stands out as an ideal disaster recovery site.

Further bolstering the BBU’s appeal for those searching for reliable, secure colocation and disaster recovery services, is the facility’s sister data center located 400 miles away in Bettendorf, Iowa – the Bluebird Quad Cities Data Center. Connected by a private, Bluebird-owned fiber optic network, both facilities can support production and disaster recovery environments for enterprises and organizations across the Midwest.

“Recognizing excellence in the advancement of cloud computing technologies, Cloud Computing magazine is proud to announce BBUas a recipient of the Cloud Computing Backup and Disaster Recovery Award,” says Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. “Bluebird is being honored for their achievement in bringing innovation to the market, while leveraging the latest technology trends.”

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