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Web Werks: India, United States, and now the Middle East

27 Apr 2017

Web Werks is an India-based data center service provider with 5 carrier neutral data centers in India and United States.

The company was founded in 1996, and since then has reached Tier III & Tier IV certification for its data centers, with its India data center recently recognised as Tier III.

And now, Web Werks has a new data center – and it’s in Dubai. With the headquarters in Mumbai, the company continues to expand its portfolio by adding a completely new region, the Middle East, to the list.

Nikhil Rathi, CEO, Web Werks says that the Middle East continues to maintain its dynamism as a crucial business point and Web Werks are experiencing a significant growth in demand from their customers to deliver our data center services in the region.

Rathi comments, “Dubai, as we see it, is a key business gateway and we look forward to provide our offerings to a complete new audience across this region."

Web Werks offers VPS hosting, dedicated hosting, cloud solutions, colocation services and a range of data center services including disaster recovery solutions and WordPress hosting.

With the addition of the Dubai data center, customers will gain access to, 99.995% network uptime and 24x7 rapid action support.

Rathi continues, tThe addition of our new point-of-presence will give us an opportunity to accelerate our growth and continue our persistent quest to add value for our customers.”

Web Werks has been operating for over two decades from data centers located in India and the United States. The company recently announced the addition of the Dubai data center.

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