3i Infotech launches global data center in Chennai

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 20 November 2007, 08:00 Hrs
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Mumbai: 3i Infotech, global provider of IT solution, announced the launch of its first International Data Center (IDC) in Chennai, which will offer managed hosting services for application and disaster recovery solutions.

3i Infotech announced the launch of its remote IT Infrastructure Management Services through its Global Network and Security Operations Center (GNSOC). The company is also setting up mini centers of excellence for Operating Systems: Microsoft, Red Hat Linux, AIX, Solaris, Databases: Oracle, MS SQL, MySQL, DB2, Messaging Solutions and IT Security Labs for Ethical Hacking and Vulnerability Assessments and niche Application Infrastructure solutions.

The center is located in 3i Infotech's 7-storey Chennai facility. The center will provide secure data center hosting facilities for its clients in India and across the globe. The GNSOC will provide customers with Remote IT Infrastructure Monitoring and Management Services with a 24/7 IT Helpdesk.

"3i Infotech offers an unparalleled range of products across the insurance, banking and financial services, manufacturing and distribution landscape and we will continue to expand and deepen our product portfolio across the verticals we are focused on. With the inauguration of our International Data Center, 3i Infotech has dramatically shifted its ability to service such customers to provide them a single point bu siness execution outsourcing solution," said Hari Padmanabhan, Deputy Managing Director, 3i infotech.

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