DataSite Launches Central Network Operations Center (NOC)
The move is designed to enhance services across national footprint.
DataSite has announced the launch of its central Network Operations Center (NOC). Operating from DataSite Boise, DataSite's NOC staff continuously monitors facility and network service statuses across all of DataSite’s mission critical facilities.
The real-time visibility the NOC provides to the 7/24 operations teams at each facility will not only augment DataSite's operational excellence when providing colocation services, but will also play an indispensable role in delivering the brand-new network service DataSite has launched. These carrier-class services leverage Tier 1 networks and will be available at all DataSite facilities. Today, all DataSite customers can leverage the NOC team for first level support.
“DataSite Boise provides a trifecta of value and serves as the perfect data center location,” explains Jeff Burges, president and founder of DataSite. “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 also recently launched DataSite Atmosphere, its cloud and IT enablement division. DataSite Atmosphere uses a consultative approach to craft cloud and managed IT solutions designed to specific customer needs and requirements. It provides a single contract, embedding services with colocation, to arrive at the smartest and most complete hybrid colocation and cloud service solution for tomorrow’s enterprise.
“DataSite has evolved beyond being a highly coveted provider of exceptional hybrid wholesale colocation,” adds Reed Disney, principal of DataSite Atmosphere. “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.”