Sunnyvale, Calif. - 19 March 2014 – TERiX has opened its new TERiX Service Japan KK headquarters along with several new service centers to meet growing demand for independent, one-call hardware support for multivendor data centers operating in the world's third largest economy. Today's announcement follows TERiX Canada's acquisition of Canadian IT supplier Eurodata in September, 2013.
"The demand for third party maintainers in Japan signals an important shift in the market as managers move away from the expensive and limited support provided by multiple hardware manufacturers in favor of service providers that can provide fast, flexible and more cost-effective support across all hardware regardless of manufacturer with just one phone call," said Bernd Appleby, CEO of TERiX Computer Service.
TERiX Service Japan KK, already a multi-million dollar business concern following 450% growth over the past two years as a non-incorporated entity run by TERiX USA, is headquartered in Tokyo with accompanying service centers running in Osaka and Tochigi. Specializing in multivendor centers with mixed hardware lifecycles, TERiX offers highly customizable and cost-effective data center solutions for some of the largest global organizations—including many Fortune 500s—across a wide span of industries.
Source: TERiX Computer Service