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NYI Implements R1Soft’s High-Performance CDP Backup Software to Protect Clients’ Mission-Critical Data

April 22, 2010 by · Comments Off on NYI Implements R1Soft’s High-Performance CDP Backup Software to Protect Clients’ Mission-Critical Data 

Web Hosting ToolboxNEW YORK — New York Internet (NYI), a leading data services provider, announced today it has implemented R1Soft Continuous Data Protection® (CDP) to protect its clients against business-critical data loss. Integrating R1Soft’s high-performance, disk-to-disk CDP server backup software not only enables NYI to back up Window, Linux, and MySQL servers but to create individually customized backup solutions for each client as well.

By fully incorporating R1Soft’s high-performance CDP backup software, NYI offers clients enterprise-class data backups that can be frequently scheduled and quickly restored using R1Soft’s Bare-Metal Restore technology minimizing downtime in the event of a disaster. Additionally, clients with MySQL databases will also benefit from the flexibility of R1Soft’s True-Granular™ Restore technology, which enables the restoration of any combination of tables and/or databases to alternate locations. Read more

The New York Internet Company Plans Major Q4 Expansion

September 9, 2009 by · Comments Off on The New York Internet Company Plans Major Q4 Expansion 

Web Hosting ToolsNEW YORK, NY — The New York Internet Company (NYI), an award-winning mission-critical data services provider, today announced that it will be expanding its footprint by adding a data center later in the year. Located at 999 Frontier Rd., in Bridgewater, NJ, the facility will operate seamlessly with NYI’s main data center in Lower Manhattan, right in the heart of Wall Street, while offering the most advanced and secure suite of services available anywhere.

At more than 40,000 square feet, boasting highly scalable and redundant fiber, power and cooling infrastructure, the facility will allow for the installation of extremely dense configurations as well as provide the redundancy required for the most mission-critical applications.

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