PRESS RELEASE – ANDOVER, Mass. – Aug. 3, 2015 – NaviSite, Inc., a Time Warner Cable company, announced it has expanded its offerings with VMware to deliver a wide portfolio of cloud, self-service and managed technologies to empower today’s enterprise. As a member of VMware’s vCloud® Air™ Network Service Provider Program, NaviSite will leverage industry leading VMware technology alongside its enterprise-class hosting and managed cloud services, to enable customers to expand their cloud infrastructure and scale their business.
The expanded relationship with VMware enables NaviSite to provide enhanced benefits to customers, including a broader portfolio of integrated solutions aimed at accelerating the deployment, scalability, and movement of enterprise workloads to NaviSite’s multi-site, multi-geography cloud fabric. It will also accelerate NaviSite’s product innovation by enabling earlier access to new technology and platform updates from VMware.
“NaviSite has been providing complex managed services on VMware’s hypervisor technology for more than a decade now, and has worked with VMware to translate the software-defined data center vision into a reality with our NaviCloud Compute Infrastructure as a Service offering,” said Sumeet Sabharwal, General Manager of NaviSite. “We are proud to further elevate our relationship with VMware unlocking additional benefits for our customers including compressed innovation cycles and access to deep technical and engineering expertise.”
Another benefit of this relationship is that businesses can now “test drive” the NaviSite cloud, powered by VMware vCloud ® technology, complimentary for 30 days. This trial provides companies a risk-free opportunity to experience NaviSite’s NaviCloud Director platform free of charge. Following the 30-day term, the trial can be converted to a production account with a few simple clicks if the customer wants to continue service.
NaviSite was recently named VMware’s 2015 Global and Americas Service Provider Partner of the Year for the company’s leadership in bringing cost-effective, agile, on-demand IT solutions to the global cloud market in meeting the ever-growing complex demands of their customers. This fall, NaviSite will attend VMworld® 2015 to showcase the latest solutions in the company’s portfolio of leading enterprise-class, cloud-enabled hosting, managed applications and services, as well as to provide additional details around continued success as a valued member of the VMware vCloud Air Network.
“NaviSite brings to the table its innovative cloud solutions portfolio and industry expertise to help enterprises accelerate their IT transformation around the cloud,” said Geoff Waters, vice president, Service Provider Channel, VMware. “As we expand upon the relationship we have built with NaviSite over the past decade, we look forward to the collaboration between the two companies to enable the migration of the next set of enterprise workloads to the cloud.”
NaviSite, Inc., a Time Warner Cable Company, is a leading international provider of enterprise-class, cloud-enabled hosting, managed applications and services. NaviSite provides a full suite of reliable and scalable managed services, including Application Services, industry-leading Enterprise Hosting, and Managed Cloud Services for organizations looking to outsource IT infrastructures to help lower their capital and operational costs. Enterprise customers depend on NaviSite for customized solutions, delivered through an international footprint of state-of-the-art data centers. For more information about NaviSite’s services, please visit www.navisite.com.
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