CenturyLink announced the release of its latest product, CenturyLink Government Cloud, which will deliver Infrastructure-as-a-Service support to Federal agencies, according to a company press release.

CenturyLink will use the FedRAMP-compliant VMware vCloud Government Services to help Federal agencies relocate data and expand data center capabilities.

“CenturyLink’s collaboration with VMware enables us to help government agencies move their IT services to the cloud via innovative infrastructure services that are built on a secure, FedRAMP-approved platform,” said CenturyLink Senior Vice President and General Manager Tim Meehan. “CenturyLink Government Cloud combines the power of the VMware cloud with our carrier-class network and secure data centers, positioning us as a leading provider of hybrid IT solutions to the government.”

“CenturyLink is proud to offer agencies an innovative cloud infrastructure service that complies with the government’s strict security requirements as well as our own,” said Dave Mahon, CenturyLink’s chief security officer. “We invest heavily in robust cybersecurity protections across our extensive network and data center footprint.”

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