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CIBER Expands Data Centers into 45 Countries in Savvis Deal

CIBER, Inc. (NYSE: CBR) has signed an agreement with Savvis, a CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) company, to extend CIBER’s worldwide data center and networking capacity.

The extended infrastructure includes 48 data centers in 45 countries in North America, Europe and Asia.

CIBER said Savvis provides a dedicated hosting model, an op-ex model, public and private clouds and meets growing information security, privacy and regulatory requirements.  

“This deal positions CIBER as an even greater player on the global outsourcing stage, ” said Tony Ferrigno, vice president of global sales and solutions for CIBER’s IT outsourcing division. “With service and expertise from CIBER and infrastructure and network from Savvis and CenturyLink, clients will benefit from an end-to-end, integrated solution that is robust, flexible and scalable to meet their needs today and in the future.

“Add all the other CIBER services – such as application development, vertical industry expertise, technology innovation, ERP solutions, and global capabilities – we have the entire IT stack covered from bottom to top, ” said Ferrigno.

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