Colocation Provider InfoRelay Launches New Customer Portal

Northern Virginia-based data center and managed colocation provider InfoRelay announced its release of a new customer portal. This new portal will enable customers to keep track of their servers, network devices, racks, and cages.

One of InfoRelay’s data centers is the LGA3 DC that’s part of the former Western Union Building, 60 Hudson Street, New York.

The portal includes the capacity to remotely reboot servers even with multiple power supplies connected to different managed power distribution units (PDU’s). The use of a managed PDU allows clients to completely restart a system without having to enter the data center to do so. The InfoRelay Customer Portal helps to prevent mistakes by allowing users to restart servers by name.

Customers will be able to review their support packages terms and monthly support usage in the portal. This would allow customers to take full advantage of any colocation support package that they have and more easily control their support costs. Additionally, customers will be able to view and update their list-authorized users to help them maintain their security.

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“We hope customers will utilize the customer portal to make their lives easier,” said Director of Product Development Josh Abraham explains. “Between tracking support usage and keeping documentation up to date, use of the portal will help customers stay in control. We’re dedicated to providing the best customer service to our clients and believe that this upgrade will allow us to further that commitment.” 

InfoRelay, headquartered in Herndon, Virginia provides both small and medium businesses as well as enterprise business with colocation, bandwidth and managed IT solutions. This latest upgrade is part of a larger infrastructure growth initiative announced earlier last year. With the completion of the customer portal, clients will have access to accurate and up to date statuses of worklogs and equipment.

Founded 1995, InfoRelay is a colocation provider with 15 data center facilities across the US.