Reston, Virginia (22 January 2013) –Big Brain Global Networks, a privately owned division of Big Brain LLC, announced that it is now offering OpenVZ virtual machines in the United Kingdom (UK). Responding to the increasing client demand, earlier this year, Big Brain Global officially established a presence in a leading data center in London. Brian Smith, President of Big Brain Global Networks, explains that “the decision was made for the convenience of our clients. We have a good number of them located in the UK and the surrounding region that are now hosted in Herndon, Virginia, and in Dallas, Texas, so we decided to make our services more accessible to them.” This international expansion strategically aligns with Big Brain Global’s strategy, which centers on increasing their international footprint in the managed IT services field.
“The expansion helps us offer more geographically diverse locations, which translates into improved speeds and service to all clients,” said Mr. Smith. “The UK facility now offers another convenient site for our current and prospective clients, adding to our growing list of existing sites in North Carolina, Virginia, and Texas.” Smith also hinted at the potential of acquiring additional international and domestic locations in the near future, in addition to expanding the cloud infrastructure service offering. Services in the UK are available starting today. For more information regarding the UK datacenter services, including pricing, please visit Big Brian Global Networks’ site at: http://www.bigbrainglobal.com.
About Big Brain Global. Big Brain Global is a privately owned division of Big Brain LLC, the industry’s premier provider of commercial and consumer managed IT services. A carefully assembled team of business and IT experts deliver top-quality services on seller, Managed and Un-managed Virtual Environments, Dedicated Servers, and Colocation opportunities. With over a decade of industry experience, Big Brain’s certified staff is equipped with the analytical expertise and practical knowledge necessary to deliver network stability and business continuity.