Wakefield, MA (February 10, 2014) –– EndLayer, a high-performance managed hosting and IT solutions company, announced their partnership with SoftLayer, one of the world’s leading data center and network providers.
EndLayer’s servers are now housed in state-of-the-art SoftLayer data centers that include redundant power, HVAC, and complete fire detection and suppression systems, designed to keep servers continuously online and provide uninterrupted service.
The servers and data centers are monitored 24/7/365 by EndLayer’s systems administrators and by SoftLayer’s dedicated on-site technicians.
The SoftLayer network includes world-class secure data centers located throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. Each data center ranges from 22,000 to over 78,000 square feet and is fully equipped with industry-standard technology.
“Our clients should never have to deal with unsafe, unreliable and slow websites,” says Michael Farin, co-founder and managing partner at EndLayer. “Our partnership with SoftLayer means that we have cutting-edge servers plus cutting-edge data centers – so we’re more reliable than ever.”
EndLayer currently provides fully-managed hosting environments and IT services for clients across the globe. The company offers 24/7/365 service and support, and specializes in optimizing websites for speed, performance and security. EndLayer’s experience in designing, hosting and maintaining sites ranges from small businesses to Fortune 500 enterprises.
EndLayer’s services include managed cloud hosting environments, with full firewall protection, security monitoring and more; specialty hosting for large and small e-commerce sites; in-depth IT consulting and security engineering services.
EndLayer launched on April, 04, 2013.
“We combine all aspects of IT in order to provide a single, secure, streamlined experience for our clients,” says Michael Farin. “Our partnership with SoftLayer makes us truly the safest, the fastest and the best in the industry. We have a 100% client satisfaction rate – and there’s a reason for that.”
May 27, 2014