ITS InfoCom deploys Nimsoft Unified Solution
Nimsoft, a provider of Unified Monitoring solutions for virtualized data centers, hosted and managed services, cloud platforms, and SaaS resources, announced that ITS InfoCom, an IT solutions company, has deployed the Nimsoft Monitoring Solution (NMS) to monitor its clients’ infrastructure.
NMS eliminates the need to integrate multiple systems while adding significant value. Besides providing unified access to historical data and alerting features through custom portals, NMS offers resiliency features to help ITS InfoCom ensure the availability of its clients’ infrastructure and applications.
ITS InfoCom consolidated the functionality of multiple monitoring tools into a single solution, reducing the operational overhead associated with managing those tools and allowing staff resources to be allocated to other critical tasks, according to company officials.
With the Nimsoft Unified Monitoring Portal, ITS InfoCom gives its clients greater visibility into their hosted infrastructure and increased confidence that their systems and applications are running optimally.
“Improving our monitoring capabilities with NMS has allowed us to significantly improve the cost/benefit ratio we offer our clients,” said Alex Gonzalez, corporate operations director of ITS InfoCom, in a statement.
“Since implementing NMS and migrating our installed base to the solution, we have reduced new client set up time by 50 percent while lowering ongoing monitoring platform management costs by 35 percent,” Gonzalez added.
“Nimsoft delivers strategic value to services providers seeking to capitalize on the growing demand cloud solutions,” said Gary Read, CEO of Nimsoft. “Our infrastructure monitoring technology makes Nimsoft the ideal partner for service providers that need to respond to a rapidly-changing market while sustaining business performance.”
Last year, ITS InfoCom announced that it selected ATEME, an H.264 video compression solutions provider, as the main partner for an IPTV Video head end solution deployment. The solution enables more than 135 channels of encoding and creates a best-in-class video quality together with low bandwidth efficiency.
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Edited by Janice McDuffee