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Pulsant By Royal Appointment

Cloud, colocation and connectivity experts, Pulsant has been awarded a Royal Warrant as a provider of hosted IT and data centre services to the Royal Household. As one of the country’s leading independent providers of data centre services, Pulsant will join a select group of Royal Warrant holders.

Pulsant serves over 3,000 customers from its ten enterprise class, UK based data centres, providing colocation, managed hosting, managed applications, managed networking and cloud computing services. It also has points of presence in New York, Amsterdam and Hong Kong.

Pulsant’s team of hosting experts specialise in designing and managing complex IT architecture that releases organisations of all sizes from the constraints and costs of managing their own infrastructure. In addition, the company sources 100 per cent of its energy from renewable sources.

The warrants are highly regarded as demonstrating excellence and quality, and are awarded for supplying goods or services to HM The Queen, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh or HRH The Prince of Wales for at least five years.

Mark Howling, CEO at Pulsant, comments: “Royal Warrants are rare and highly respected for recognising the highest standards of service, excellence and quality. Our Royal Warrant cements our commitment to delivering world-class data solutions and services, backed by our unique ‘Triple A’ service model – which ensures customers have the right ‘Access to the right people, that those people have the right Ability and can take the necessary Action’ to support them 24/7/365.”

Howling continues: “Organisations of all sizes are increasingly reliant on managing their data. We are focused on providing our clients with the best quality solutions, consultancy and services to help them be more efficient, effective and profitable.”

Pulsant has customers from a wide range of sectors, from ecommerce, digital design, eLearning and professional services to other cloud computing providers and IT application developers.

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