Hammer Fiber cloud services use bare metal server platform

Hammer Fiber Optic Investments Ltd., a subsidiary of Hammer Fiber Optic Holdings Corp. (OTCQB:HMMR), says it now offers cloud services based on a proprietary Dedicated Bare Metal Server IaaS (infrastructure as a service) platform. The platform enables customers to build their own cloud system on Hammer Fiber's server infrastructure, fiber-optic network, and data center presences in New York, New Jersey, and the Philadelphia area.

Hammer Fiber Optic Investments Ltd., a subsidiary of Hammer Fiber Optic Holdings Corp. (OTCQB:HMMR), says it now offers cloud services based on a proprietary Dedicated Bare Metal Server IaaS (infrastructure as a service) platform. The platform enables customers to build their own cloud system on Hammer Fiber's server infrastructure, fiber-optic network, and data center presences in New York, New Jersey, and the Philadelphia area.

The service provider asserts its platform offers best-in-class computing power and an all-flash array storage system to promote superior speed, reliability and efficiency. "As traditional cloud services prove to scale poorly for some businesses, Bare Metal offers a best of both worlds scenario for our current and future customers," said Daniel Corbe, director of network operations at Hammer Fiber.

New Jersey-based Hammer Fiber offers internet, voice, video, and data services in New Jersey as well as carrier services in Philadelphia and New York. Despite its name, the company uses both fiber cable connections as well as well as its wireless fiber platform, Hammer Wireless AIR, to serve its residential and business customers.

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