Enteracloud Helps Business Stay Operational During San Diego Blackout

(Ping! Zine Web Hosting Magazine) – Enteracloud Solutions, a leading provider of San Diego Colocation, Infrastructure and San Diego Internet Servicesannounced today that all systems were online 100% of the time during the recent San Diego blackout.

The entire San Diego County region was without power during a 12 hour period caused by a transmission line failure.Power returned to its Southern California customers at 3:25 a.m. local time, almost 12 hours after the loss of a line that brings power from Arizona, the company said in a statement posted on its website today. The blackout also affected 56,000 customers in Arizona.

The fault snarled traffic, crippled emergency response systems and knocked out President Barack Obama’s televised speech. The blackout hit San Diego just before rush hour, on the night Obama addressed Congress on jobs and the economy and the pro-football season kicked off. California commuters languished as traffic lights went out and emergency services were hampered as the utility lost power to its entire service area.

During this time all datacenters were completely online and functional, with full network connectivity in place. The blackout is estimated to have caused millions of dollars of losses for area businesses. Enteracloud helped to ensure its customers were protected from these losses by maintaining all critical systems within state of the art, geographically distributed datacenters.

About Enteracloud

Enteracloud Solutions is a leading provider of infrastructure and cloud services for small businesses. By offering a complete portfolio of solutions that includes San Diego Colocation, Los Angeles Colocation and Phoenix Colocation they are able to provide customers end to end solutions. Enteracloud Solutions is based in Carlsbad, California. For more information about Enteracloud Solutions, please visit their website at http://www.enteracloud.com, email support(at)enteracloud(dot)com or 858-433-8650.

 

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