Strong demand for MigSolv’s new Hybrid Data Center

April 16, 2014 by · Comments Off on Strong demand for MigSolv’s new Hybrid Data Center 

Norwich, UK – MigSolv, the specialist data center consultancy and data centre operator, today revealed that there has been strong demand for their new ‘Hybrid Data Centre’ or ‘HDC’ which offers on demand, scalable, data centre space. The new offering was developed for customers that can no longer fit into the traditional colocation model where a single rack offers a set amount of power or the wholesale model where everything is built to a specification but takes 6-9 months to deliver. The number of enquiries has risen steeply as customers have become aware of the HDC. The HDC allows organisations to decide on the model, space a nd power required then have this delivered in days or just weeks; providing the flexibility of wholesale data centres with the service levels of colocation.

Alex Rabbetts, CEO MigSolv said: “In this past recession prudent businesses explored ways to retain a streamlined and cost efficient approach. As a result, outsourcing to managed data centre services has been one of the few areas that have been bringing business benefit through colocation, connectivity and continuity. However, wholesale customers have lost out due to long lead times and a requirement to commit large sums of capital up front.”

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Advanced Internet Technologies Unveils its High Availability Web Server Cluster Plans

April 8, 2014 by · Comments Off on Advanced Internet Technologies Unveils its High Availability Web Server Cluster Plans 

Web Hosting ServicesFayetteville, NC – Web Hosting Company and Dedicated Server Hosting provider, Advanced Internet Technologies, Inc. (, is now offering its H.A. (High Availability) Vault Technology using multiple dedicated servers and load balancers in a web cluster (or web server cluster) with the latest and most secure software and hardware environments. AIT continues to offer a 35% discount for the first six months on many of its servers, including the I3-3210 and the E3-1230 dedicated server hosting plans. AIT also offers a first month discount on its single processor E5 series dedicated servers. After six months, all dedicated server hosting customers receive a 50% Customer Loyalty lifetime Discount on their hardware costs. This remains the only 50% lifetime discount in the industry. AIT’s Dedicated Servers, provide a reliable, secure server platform with more flexibility and resources than shared web hosting plans.

“Our dedicated server plans and options have always been customizable, but recently more and more companies want redundancy in their hardware and server environments, and are willing to pay for that level of service. There has been a shift in the industry in using multi-server technology to work together instead of independently to handle business functions. Consolidating those efforts can save time, resources and money that can be applied somewhere else in a business,” said Michael Roberts, COO of Advanced Internet Technologies. “Our Customer Loyalty Lifetime Discount of 50% after six months applies even to our High Availability web server cluster plans. We are serious about developing a customized solution that best meets our customer’s needs and keeping that client for life,” said Clarence Briggs, CEO of Advanced Internet Technologies. “I am determined that our customers continue to receive the quality services and competitive pricing that they can depend on to grow their business,” added Briggs.
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Approved Host SoftLayer Introduces the Technology Partners Marketplace

April 13, 2011 by · Comments Off on Approved Host SoftLayer Introduces the Technology Partners Marketplace 

Hosting ServicesDALLAS, TX SoftLayer Technologies®, the innovative hosting provider of Cloud, Dedicated, and integrated environments, today announced the launch of its Technology Partners Marketplace, a showcase for current SoftLayer Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and Independent Software Vendor (ISV) customers’ products and technologies. The Marketplace is designed to connect these customers with the rest of SoftLayer’s community of over 26,000 customers.  At launch, featured partners include App First, Mollom, StandingCloud, and Migration Box, with more to be added soon.

“The SoftLayer customer community includes a vibrant group of startup and established software and technology-product companies,” said Paul Ford, Vice President Community Development. “We are thrilled to launch this new venue to promote those providers to the rest of our customer base, and to the world at large.  The Technology Partners Marketplace is another great example of the many benefits of being a member of the SoftLayer community.”

“We’re excited to be part of the inaugural class of partners in the Marketplace,” said David Roth, CEO of AppFirst, an advanced application monitoring and managing solution. “SoftLayer has been the ideal platform for us to offer our services and grow our operations upon. And now they’re providing a great opportunity for us to share our offering with more people—and build even more business.”

“There are countless other SoftLayer customers doing innovative things with SoftLayer’s automated solutions,” said Eduardo Fernandez, CEO of MigrationBox, a company providing powerful email and enterprise data transfer and management services. “It’s going to be great to have this tool that not only let’s us generate greater awareness, but also let’s us learn about what others are doing in the SoftLayer ecosystem and find solutions that we can use in our operations.”

The Technology Partner Marketplace will continue to add new partners showcasing the many interesting and useful technology products and services delivered by SoftLayer’s diverse customer base. To learn more about the Technology Partners Marketplace please visit Read more

NTT America and Capacity Media Offer Technology Workshop for Latin American Operators

March 17, 2011 by · Comments Off on NTT America and Capacity Media Offer Technology Workshop for Latin American Operators 

Hosting ToolboxNEW YORK – NTT America, a wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com) and a Tier-1 global IP network services provider, today announced that it has partnered with Capacity Media to offer the “Best Practices for Network and Operational Management” technology workshop. The event, which NTT America is sponsoring along with Juniper Networks and Cariden Technologies, will take place on Monday, March 21, 2011 from 12:30 – 6:30 pm at the Renaissance Sao Paulo Hotel in Sao Paulo, Brazil prior to the start of Capacity Latam 2011.

The workshop is designed as a high-level forum to provide Latin American network operators the opportunity to learn from industry experts, such as NTT America, that have significant real-world experience in Network Operations Center (NOC) and operational management. Attendees will also have the opportunity to discuss their own experiences, challenges and successes with the experts, as well as problem solve from theoretical case studies and develop effective strategies to optimize their networks. Read more

Critical Facilities Roundtable to Sponsor Three Discussions at Upcoming Technology Convergence Conference

February 17, 2011 by · Comments Off on Critical Facilities Roundtable to Sponsor Three Discussions at Upcoming Technology Convergence Conference 

Hosting BlogFremont, CA – TELADATA, a leading consulting firm specializing in IT infrastructure design, planning and project management, today announced that its 2011 Technology Convergence Conference will feature three discussions sponsored by the Critical Facilities Roundtable (CFRT).

Bill Dunckel, Senior Project Manager at PG&E, will lead a session titled Forsythe Data Center Environmental Monitoring and PUE Measurement Challenges.  The session will feature a tutorial on the fundamentals of Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) and the measurement of PUE in real-time using environmental-monitoring software.  During the session, Bill will be joined by Phil Reese, Faculty and Research Manager at Stanford University, who will discuss the real-time PUE monitoring software that was installed at Stanford.     Read more