January 27, 2011
ANDOVER, MA-- Jan. 27, 2011 -- NaviSite, Inc. (NASDAQ: NAVI), a premier provider of enterprise-class hosting, managed application, managed messaging and managed cloud services, today announced plans to unveil its newest NaviCloud node in San Jose, CA. The ribbon cutting ceremony and reception will be held at the San Jose data center on February 2, 2011, and will be attended by notable industry executives and cloud computing pioneers, including Soni Jiandani, Vice President, Cisco and Rick Blaisdell, Chief Technology Officer, ConnectEDU. The event will include executive and customer presentations, data center tours, 'cloud clips' informational sessions, and refreshments.
San Jose NaviCloud Node Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Reception
Opening Remarks - R. Brooks Borcherding, President and CEO, NaviSite
Cloud Perspectives - Soni Jiandani, Vice President, Server Access Virtualization Business Unit, Cisco
Cloud Case Study - Rick Blaisdell, Chief Technology Officer, ConnectEDU
Cloud Roadmap - Denis Martin, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, NaviSite
Security in the Cloud - Allen Allison, Chief Security Officer, NaviSite
"We are excited to reach this important company milestone," said Denis Martin, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Navisite. "With the activation of our newest cloud node, we are ready to meet the rapidly growing demand for our innovative enterprise-class managed cloud, application, and messaging services."
NaviCloud, a next-generation cloud platform built on state-of-the-art enterprise-class infrastructure, supports NaviSite's portfolio of managed cloud, application and messaging services. Cisco's Unified Computing System (UCS) is configured with dual-fabric interconnects for high-availability, while VMware's vSphere provides a flexible cloud operating system. NaviCloud nodes are interconnected by dedicated 10 Gbps Ethernet links, minimizing network-oriented bottlenecks.
NaviSite, Inc. (NASDAQ: NAVI) is a leading worldwide provider of enterprise-class, cloud-enabled hosting, managed applications and services. NaviSite provides a full suite of reliable and scalable managed services, including Application Services, industry-leading Enterprise Hosting, and Managed Cloud Services for organizations looking to outsource IT infrastructure and lower their capital and operational costs. Enterprise customers depend on NaviSite for customized solutions, delivered through a global footprint of state-of-the-art data centers. For more information about NaviSite's services, please visit www.navisite.com.
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