Today’s ever-changing environment requires you to keep focused on your unique value and to depend on partners to do the same. While you focus on growing your business, Peak 10 keeps pace as a trusted IT advisor and data center provider. Whether your needs are colocation, managed services or cloud services, we will help you remove costly variables from your organization and will stay at your side as a rock solid and long-term partner for meaningful, measurable growth.
"GuideStar is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to revolutionize philanthropy and nonprofit practice. It was in need of a local provider with a geographically dispersed footprint to fulfill a new customer requirement for data protection and an empowered, responsive local team, while offering the scalability to execute its long-term growth strategy. GuideStar approached Peak 10 and received a tailored and scalable solution. It now relies on Peak 10's Richmond data center campus and engineering team to ensure the performance and uptime of its critical data as well as to manage upgrades, security and other complex projects where additional expertise is required."
GuideStar Case Study
"Curse is the largest Massively Multi-player Online property in the U.S., and was in need of data center solutions to support its traffic bursts and reduce latency to the West Coast and Europe. Peak 10's resilitient network and comprehensive suite of managed services improved the download experience of Curse's nearly 12 million monthly users, enhanced its overall uptime and led to cost savings for Curse."
Curse Case Study
"For years, Kauffman Tire's staff had performed daily backups, and regular monitoring and testing of every system within their IT infrastructure. Also, Kauffman’s legacy operating systems did not support the latest version of the company’s ERP application. It would take hours and a major capital outlay to overhaul its IT infrastructure. Peak 10 delivered a PCI-compliant cloud solution, fully-managed by its expert engineers, and a virtual recovery cloud in one of its NC facilities. This ensured rapid access to business data in the event of a disaster, and upgraded Kauffman to an operating system that could support the latest versions of all business applications."