MSP DataChambers Benefits from Unique Blend of Services from Extreme Networks and Blue Door Networks

By Laura Stotler

Partnerships pay off in the managed services space and Extreme Networks and Blue Door Networks are reaping the benefits. The companies recently teamed up to offer a full mix of their respective solutions to MSP DataChambers and the service provider is using them to upgrade and expand its customer offerings as well as reinforce the scalability and reliability of its network.

The partners are providing a blend of their products, infrastructure design and product fulfillment services to DataChambers. Extreme is offering a data center solution including intelligent 1GbE top of rack switches along with support for Layer 2 and 3 services. DataChambers is also using the Extreme BlackDiamond 8800 and Summit X480 and X460 TOR switches for virtualization and converged storage.

Blue Door specializes in managed communications and IT services geared toward both enterprise and service provider customers. The company tailors its solutions to meet the specific needs of the vertical markets it serves, and provides a variety of offerings including advanced networking, unified communications and cloud technologies.

"We have had a multi-year relationship with Extreme Networks and Blue Door Networks because we get both expertise and excellent value," said Nicholas Kottyan, CEO of DataChambers. "As our services grow and take on new dimensions to address the expanding connectivity needs of our customers, we know we will be ready with products and services from Extreme Networks and Blue Door Networks."

DataChambers specializes in providing IT management and business continuity services throughout the U.S., offered through its multiple dedicated data centers. The company is benefiting on the back end through Extreme’s switches and unique design, which are helping the MSP’s data centers run more smoothly and also enable easier scalability and management. When combined with Blue Door’s expert IT and communications services, the company is able to pass along a valuable set of offerings to its own customers.

Edited by Maurice Nagle

MSPToday Contributing Editor

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