NeoSpire Inc., a Dallas company specializing in mission-critical, managed Web hosting services has been chosen by the Metroplex Technology Business Council (MTBC) to serve as the high-tech alliance’s managed hosting services provider.
“When serving MTBC members and guests from companies such as Fujitsu, White Rock Networks, SBC and Nortel, Web-site access must be without fail, 24 hours a day and seven days a week,” said Lonnie Martin, chairman of the MTBC and founder and chief executive officer of White Rock Networks. “MTBC’s success and survival to share the latest about luncheons, events and the annual Tech Titan awards depends on a provider that can make sure we are online and always accessible. NeoSpire is an outstanding member of the MTBC and we look forward to them being our official Web site host.”
NeoSpire is providing MTBC with managed hosting services including disaster recovery, enhanced security, remote monitoring and NeoSpire’s STAR support services all from NeoSpire’s secure data center in downtown Dallas.
MTBC is a non-profit technology trade organization that includes more than 300 member companies in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Founded in 1994 by MCI, Nortel Networks, Fujitsu and Rockwell International, its goal is to create a supportive business environment for technology companies and technology professionals.
“Many hosting providers promise a lot of services for a little bit of money, but the quality of service and the reliability of security and infrastructure are suspect,” said Mitch Gervis, NeoSpire CEO. “Our approach is to deliver fail-safe, reliable solutions that keep mission-critical Web sites and applications running. Period. That’s why MTBC, the Dallas Stars, The United Way and others have come to us.”
NeoSpire can handle the most complex Web sites, data storage needs and Web-enabled applications. What’s more, the company’s proven data center technologies can guarantee 100 percent uptime for its Enhanced Managed Servers.