NYI Debuts Data Center Migration Assistance Service
May 12, 2014
There are lot of complexities involved when companies decide for a data center change. Without good planning and technical expertise, this process can be very time consuming and expensive.
In response to such needs, NYI, a provider of customized infrastructure solutions, has recently launched MigrAssist service. This new service enables businesses to easily and efficiently migrate from an existing data center into an NYI facility, utilizing a multi-phased data center migration planning approach.
The company offers accommodation of any sized data center environment, from half cabinets to large-scale private cage deployments. It also offers access to state-of-the-art, owner operated data center space, which means more accountability for all systems and data center infrastructure.
Customers can also take advantage of a full range of infrastructure services including: managed and disaster recovery services, cloud computing and dedicated servers, along with 100 percent uptime with 24x7x365 onsite support.
Also, new customers are not charged for the first month of service, while helping them to absorb the cost of their migration.
"With the growth in data center demand, colocation space in NYC and the greater metro area is more valuable than ever," said Phillip Koblence, Chief Operating Officer of NYI. "With the changing data center landscape in Manhattan, more and more clients are seeking viable options that are the best fit for their data infrastructure”
NYI promises to assist companies that are faced with data center migration, and to make the move to their owner-occupied, state-of-the-art data centers as seamless, easy, and as inexpensive as possible.
NYI's data centers are situated in New York, New Jersey, Seattle and Los Angeles, offering fault-tolerant network connectivity and direct access to multiple carriers with global reach.
The company is also known for its managed infrastructure solutions that include colocation, dedicated servers, managed services, cloud computing, disaster recovery, business continuity and other customized services. The solutions are SSAE16, HIPAA and PCI (News
Edited by Rory J. Thompson