Broadview Networks, a cloud hosting provider headquartered in Rye Brook, New York, has unveiled its OfficeSuite PrivateCloud. The VMware vCloud based private cloud solution will provide IT professionals with full administrative-level control in a completely segmented cloud hosting environment.
OfficeSuite PrivateCloud utilizes fully redundant and geographically diverse Tier IV data centers. The solution offers complete administrative-level control over virtual machines, firewall and intelligent routing, load balancing and optional storage architectures.
“This is is the perfect solution for organizations that want to maintain full administrative-level control across their entire virtual infrastructure and still use cloud hosting services to reduce or eliminate premise-based carbon footprint and capital expense,” said Ken Shulman, Broadview’s Chief Technology Officer and Chief Information Officer. “For small- and medium-sized businesses that need enterprise-grade virtual computing, PrivateCloud is the ideal solution, as it balances a feature-rich platform and a very aggressive price point.”
Other features of Broadview’s OfficeSuite PrivateCloud include:
- The ability to replicate existing physical and virtual machines to the PrivateCloud environment for zero-downtime service migration.
- Fully-featured snapshot and SAN-based retention capability with complete automation for worry-free service snapshot protection.
- Tiered IOPS-based SAN storage options for mission-critical application and storage performance.
Founded in 1996, Broadview Networks has grown from a regional telecommunication company to a U.S. wide provider of cloud hosting based solutions. Broadview is a network-based business communications provider serving customers with local and long-distance voice and data communications, premises-based and patented hosted VoIP systems, data services and a full suite of managed cloud hosting services.