DataSite opens 24/7 nerve centre to mitigate data centre outages
Centre will monitor facilities as well as the company’s recently launched network service.
Colocation services provider DataSite has opened a central Network Operations Center (NOC) at its Boise data centre to monitor all its facilities and keep outages and service disruption at bay.
The NOC will not only control the company’s entire fleet of data centres in Atlanta, Boise and Orlando, but also monitor its recent launched network service.
Customers will also be able to leverage the NOC team for first level support.
Jeff Burges, President and Founder of DataSite, said: “DataSite Boise provides a trifecta of value and serves as the perfect data center location.
“With Idaho’s exceptionally low risk of natural disasters, low cost renewable hydroelectric power, and natural free cooling availability, DataSite Boise provides the hyper efficient, flexible and scalable environment for your most mission critical systems.”
DataSite manages today more than 260,000 sqf of data centre floor. In addition to colocation and network services, the company has also recently launched DataSite Atmosphere, its cloud and IT enablement division to drive adoption of hybrid colocation environments.
Reed Disney, Principal of DataSite Atmosphere, said: “DataSite has evolved beyond being a highly coveted provider of exceptional hybrid wholesale colocation.
“Our NOC, in conjunction with DataSite Atmosphere, ensures our customers are fully supported across their hybrid IT environments. We not only help architect and deploy the holistic solution, we ensure it performs optimally throughout its lifecycle.”