, the parent company of the newspapers Het Nieuwsblad, Gazet van Antwerpen, De Standaard and Het Belang van Limburg, has chosen LCL in Diegem as the location of one of its two data centers.
Mediahuis opted for LCL because of the high level of professionalism on the Management and Operations team, neutrality in terms of carriers, vendors and cloud providers, and scalability.
The head office of Mediahuis is in Antwerp, and its two data centers are in Groot-Bijgaarden.
In March, one of these data centers is moving to LCL in Diegem, where the data and servers are to be kept in a private client room.
, total provider of ICT solutions and managed services, is also going to be calling on LCL for data center infrastructure for itself and its clients.
The company is giving up both of its own data centers.
Tobania will use the opportunity to move to a brand new converged server technology. This way the company will increase its operational safety for its clients even further.
Tobania's new racks at LCL will thus be filled with brand new servers with converged server technology. These severs are specifically optimized for aspects such as virtualization, routing and data storage by means of the software that has been written for the purpose.
The new technology offers Tobania's clients more stability and simpler management. They also meet expectations within the context of a hybrid cloud model. More than 150 clients will move to LCL in the coming months, a move they will not even notice.