NYI has announced that West Windsor Township,a municipality located in New Jersey, has selected its New Jersey data center to support production and disaster recovery IT environments. West Windsor Township leverages NYI’s MigrAssist service, designed to help businesses successfully migrate from an existing data center into an NYI facility. The service is based on a multi-phased data center migration planning approach, which can be customized for each client to ensure IT requirements and specific timelines are met.

With its move to NYI’s New Jersey facility, West Windsor Township upgraded its IT infrastructure, moving from a tape back up configuration to a virtualized infrastructure and de-duplication system that replicates the township’s data offsite.

“NYI’s expert support proved quite valuable in our migration from an old, outdated IT architecture to one that leverages best-in-breed technology,” states Christopher Wade, network and systems engineer for West Windsor Township. “The whole migration process took just a half a day; everything was right on point. NYI had the correct IPs set aside, racks correctly labeled and our security access was set up quickly - truly phenomenal service all around.”

“By moving to NYI’s fully redundant and secure facility, I was able to adhere to state guidelines and compliance regulations, as well as greatly enhance our business continuity plan - saving us time and money in the long run,” continues Wade. “As a government entity, we have to be ever-mindful of costs. NYI’s highly cost effective solution was a pleasant surprise for us, considering its state-of-the-art facilities, quality services and exceptional customer service.”

“We understand the complexities and costs involved in moving data environments and work closely with clients who either outsource their data center completely or move to hybrid configurations offering a mix of physical colocation and cloud,” comments Phillip Koblence, chief operating officer of NYI. “NYI looks forward to growing with West Windsor Township and to the completion of its phased infrastructure migration to NYI’s enterprise-class cloud, which will ensure maximum availability and performance.”

NYI’s fault-tolerant data centers offer:

  • N+1 or greater critical power and environmental infrastructure
  • 120V, 208V, 208V 3-Phase and 48V DC power options
  • Redundant Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)
  • Onsite Diesel Generators with minimum 72 Hour Fuel Supply
  • SSAE16, HIPAA, PCI Compliant
  • Zoned, triple pre-action fire suppression systems           

Located in New York, New Jersey, Seattle and Los Angeles, NYI’s data centers deliver 100% uptime, and 24x7x365 on-site technical support.