Solutions

Data Center & Network Services

Data centers are the hub of your company’s most critical transactions and your network is the highway that enables those technical communications to occur. Today, many IT managers and business owners report not having adequate resources to proactively monitor, observe and identify issues before they become big problems. Once a problem surfaces, costly service interruptions can result in significant downtime which not only affects you but also your customers.

Any managed service provider can sell a support and services contract for the critical elements of your IT infrastructure. When you invest in TSP’s Data Center & Network Services, you’re not just buying a service package, you’re getting a team of tenured and platform-certified IT professionals. We create, maintain and execute standard operating documentation to make sure your data and network is managed, monitored, secure and available.

Strong, Yet Nimble

Increasing technology challenges like data migrations, virtualization and data center consolidation requires a strong, yet nimble IT infrastructure management plan.

  • The average cost of network downtime is around $300,000 per hour
  • 57% of in-house network administrators don’t fully know how they’re network is configured
  • The average data center consumes over 100x the power of a large commercial office building, while a large data center uses the electricity equivalent of a small U.S. town
  • The average number of changes made to an enterprise network each month is 1,000

Service Highlights

When it comes to your data center and network infrastructure, OEM-provided service and third-party service are both good solutions for maximizing performance and minimizing downtime. Each service option comes with pros and cons, depending upon what kind of technology has been purchased, the age and maturity of the equipment, and the customer’s ultimate goal.

  • Multi-vendor support
  • Break/fix hardware support
  • Firmware updates
  • Proactive monitoring and maintenance
  • Reduce operating costs
  • Power audits and capacity analysis
  • Remote diagnostics and support
  • Warranty and non-warranty maintenance and repair
  • 24/7/365 support

Managed, Monitored & Maintained

Because your most critical business operations revolve around technology, you need to ensure your data center and network infrastructure is appropriately managed, monitored and maintained.

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DATA CENTER

The hub of your company’s most critical transactions. Our expert team provides multi-vendor equipment support, power audits, updates, floor space management and complete infrastructure management.

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NETWORK

The highway that enables technical communications to occur. Utilizing our team of certified technicians we handle all of your networking needs from monitoring and management to cabling and configuration.

Managing and Growing Your Business

Streamline Your Daily Operations

Whether you’re looking to augment your existing IT staff or outsource it all, TSP’s Data Center and Network Services streamline your daily operations. By allowing TSP to manage your network and infrastructure, you can focus on managing and growing your business.

Equipment Management

  • Rack/stack/decommission
  • Hardware, software and firmware updates
  • Hardware maintenance (warranty and non-warranty)
  • Topology and related drawings and maintenance
  • Asset management

Design/Installation/Configuration Management

  • Switches and routers
  • Firewalls
  • WiFi
  • Access control

Facility and Floor Space Management

  • Power audits
  • Capacity analysis and forecasting
  • Floor layout with drawings

Cabling

  • Fiber and copper
  • Cable management (dressing)

Managed, Monitored, Secure and Available

Tenured and Platform-Certified Professionals

When it comes to your data center and network infrastructure, OEM-provided service and third-party service are both good solutions for maximizing performance and minimizing downtime. Each service option comes with pros and cons, depending upon what kind of technology has been purchased, the age and maturity of the equipment, and the customer’s ultimate goal.