|By Marketwired .||
|May 27, 2014 08:02 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 05/27/14 -- NYI, a New York company specializing in customized technology infrastructure solutions, announces today that PeekYou, the web's leading free people search engine that serves over 6 million monthly visitors, has selected NYI as its primary New York data center and managed services provider. NYI provides a variety of services to PeekYou from its 100 William Street facility in Manhattan, including colocation, managed cloud storage and managed Network Operations Center (NOC) services.
Founded in 2006 and headquartered in New York City, PeekYou is a web-based firm with patented technology that analyzes content from over sixty social sites, news sources, homepages and blog platforms and identifies the actual people behind it, combining their scattered digital footprints into a comprehensive record of their online identity.
"NYI is everything and more that we need in a data center," comments Tom Lynch, President of PeekYou. "After Superstorm Sandy hit, and a less-than-ideal experience occurred at our former data center location, we engaged in a rapid search for a provider that would have our company's needs and interests top of mind; one that would treat our smaller company exactly as it would its larger company customers. I'm happy to say that we found NYI. Within less than 24 hours, NYI provided us with the much needed space, power and bandwidth. In addition, they also facilitated our equipment move, getting us back online without a hitch. The high-level services, flexibility and speed that NYI offers its customers are truly outstanding."
"Our working relationship with PeekYou signifies the true difference that NYI offers to our customers," comments Phillip Koblence, Chief Operating Officer of NYI. "That difference is the high level of service and dedication to satisfaction that we provide to customers, no matter what their size or background. Upon our first contact with the PeekYou, we were able to quickly respond to its team's request and get the company up and running again within just hours, avoiding any further loss of revenue from downtime it had experienced with its former provider. Companies like PeekYou come to NYI not only for our top-notch data center services and facilities, but for our reliability and camaraderie."
NYI's 100%-owner-occupied New York data center located in the heart of Lower Manhattan at 100 William Street offers direct connectivity to all major exchanges and peering networks, along with low-latency access to 999 Frontier, NYI's other facility situated less than 40 miles away in Bridgewater, NJ. With 100% uptime, NYI facilities are SSAE-16, HIPAA and PCI compliant and offer 24x7x365 onsite support.
At NYI, we understand you're important and so is your business. Our approach is simple, effective and unique in our marketplace. We look beyond our world-class data centers and focus on supporting customer growth and success acting as a genuine extension of your IT team. Since 1996, we have provided our customers with fully managed, highly customized infrastructure solutions built to suit their specific business and mission critical IT needs. Our customers view us as a true partner; always available for round-the-clock support from a team they know and trust.
Colocation - Cloud - Hybrid - Managed Services - Disaster Recovery
PeekYou.com is the Web's leading free people search engine, serving over 6 million monthly visitors. Since its founding in 2006, PeekYou has helped millions of users discover and reconnect with the people most important and relevant to themselves and their interests. It currently ranks as one of the top-500 sites in the US according to Quantcast. Visit www.peekyou.com to learn more.
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