CloudSmartz partners with NYI for direct access to cloud services

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CloudSmartz and NYI have entered into an agreement that will see CloudSmartz offering its customers direct access to NYI's hybrid solution marketplace.

The deal will mean all of NYI's app management, private and public cloud hosting and bare metal services will be available to customers and can be managed with a single provider within a single, easy to use platform. This will cut costs associated with traditional in-house systems, CloudSmartz explained, making it more economical to run applications.

“In addition to optimizing their network with premier SDN solutions, CloudSmartz customers will now have direct access to NYI’s full suite of high touch managed services,” said Phil Koblence, co-founder and chief operating officer of NYI.

“While CloudSmartz drives value through software solutions and on the network side for its customers, NYI is well positioned to introduce major efficiency gains to their IT environment for an overall greater end-user experience.”

CloudSmartz's services are currently only available hosted from its datacentres in the US at the moment, with two facilities on the East Coast, one in LA and one in Seattle.

“Through NYI’s infrastructure, CloudSmartz is able to further extend our agnostically hosted solutions and support services broadly across the globe,” Matthew Ray, director of marketing for CloudSmartz, added.

“NYI is enables our IT model to evolve – providing smarter transformation for businesses of all shapes and sizes. Their wide range of innovative services, high level of service quality, and the strategic locations of their data centers makes them an excellent partner to further the execution of our global CloudSmartz strategy.”

Clare Hopping
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