Bell’s NHS portfolio is expected to provide managed data center infrastructure services for mid- to enterprise-sized organizations to help them ensure availability, security and compliance of their critical information technology. This is expected to mitigate business risk and helps improve the strategic focus of the organization’s in-house IT resources.
Providing equipment for the new data centers is APC by Schneider Electric, enabling Bell to use energy-efficient and scalable architecture. The Bell data center facilities, located in Calgary, Toronto and Montreal, offer co-location hosting, managed hosting and a range of managed IT infrastructure services backed by contracted service-level agreements for performance ranking among the highest in the industry. Bell has staffed its National Hosting Services (NHS) team with a group of hosting technology and operations professionals with years of experience in the data center hosting services industry.
Joseph Lo, vice president of customer experience and operations for small and medium businesses at Bell, said: Bell’s long-standing position as an industry leader is based on one simple principle – everything we do revolves around our customers. We understand the challenges involved in hosting and maintaining an environment and we channel all our experience and expertise into enabling our customers to succeed. In short, we deliver solutions that ensure high availability and security, while being cost effective.
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