Symmetry’s integrated data center services offer affordable, scalable, and secure cloud, hosting, and hybrid solutions

MILWAUKEE, Wis. — April 20, 2015 —

Symmetry today announced the expansion of its data center presence through an agreement with Zayo Group Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: ZAYO), an international provider of Bandwidth Infrastructure services. Zayo will provide secure, dedicated space to Symmetry in its Oak Brook, Illinois data center just outside of Chicago. The agreement will allow Symmetry to stay ahead of the curve while offering increased options and flexibility to customers as their need for cloud and hosting services continues to grow.

Zayo’s Tier III Oak Brook facility is an addition to Symmetry’s growing data center network and will provide additional flexibility to host and manage entire data centers operations for customers; encompassing multiple platforms, including SAP and non-SAP, integrating 3rd party applications. Symmetry’s hybrid data center solutions are road mapped, built, and supported by industry leading network, infrastructure, security, and application engineer teams.

“Symmetry looks forward to working with Zayo to leverage this enterprise-class facility. Oak Brook’s space flexibility, power and cooling management, and physical security, are impressive,” said Kevin Knuese, Symmetry chief technology officer. “Symmetry’s cloud and hosting solutions continue to expand each day, through the delivery and support of our customers’ entire environments. It’s not only SAP systems we host, we provide complete integrated data center solutions, extending to all 3rd party applications. The additional space in the Oak Brook facility will aid in the continued growth opportunities for our customers, and the expansion of Symmetry data center services.”

“Symmetry is committed to continuously delivering affordable, scalable, and secure services to customers and Zayo is well aligned to support this goal,” said Stephanie Copeland, president of zColo at Zayo. “We look forward to continuing to work with Symmetry and supporting the secure, stable SAP solutions they provide to customers.”

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About Zayo

Based in Boulder, Colo., Zayo Group Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: ZAYO) is a publicly traded company that provides comprehensive Bandwidth Infrastructure services in over 300 markets throughout the US and Europe. Zayo delivers a suite of dark fiber, mobile infrastructure, and cloud & connectivity services to wireline and wireless customers, data centers, Internet content providers, high-bandwidth enterprises, and government agencies across its robust 82,000 route mile network. The company also offers 45 carrier-neutral data center facilities across the US and France. Zayo was the first to offer bandwidth shopping and buying in under 2 minutes through Tranzact. Visit for more information.

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About Symmetry

Symmetry™ is a leading applications management and hybrid cloud hosting solution provider with deep expertise in SAP application management. An SAP partner since 2005, Symmetry is certified in SAP Hosting, Cloud and SAP HANA® Operations. As a true extension of your IT team, Symmetry places a laser focus on the customer’s experience and offers highly flexible, tailored solutions to meet the unique business needs of enterprise clients. Symmetry supports global enterprises across all industries through a customer centric high-touch approach that delivers deep technical expertise combined with scalable, redundant, high availability cloud infrastructure supported by a 24x7x365 operations support model. With a long history and proven methodology for delivering hybrid solutions comprised of managed private cloud hosting infrastructure with enterprise application management services, Symmetry delivers IT solutions that help reduce the total cost of ownership and maximize the performance and security of our customers’ most mission critical systems.
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