Where IT infrastructure and business strategy meet
Managing and operating a hybrid network or data center involves many integrated activities, including maintaining equipment and systems, training, and capacity management for power and cooling. These diverse activities have one thing in common: they need experienced, right-skilled personnel. And that’s precisely where Astreya comes in.
Astreya provides solutions to support complex hybrid network infrastructures.
For today’s rapidly evolving hybrid networks, Astreya’s Managed Network Services is as innovative as the technology itself. We offer a comprehensive range of managed services to support the most complex and demanding hybrid-IT network infrastructures.
Company IT infrastructure is moving from the closet to sophisticated data centers. This is not an overnight shift, but an evolutionary change in thinking about how we deliver services to our customers and to the business. Data center use has shifted from simple servers to enabling hybrid digital infrastructures. You require new applications to interact with customers, manage supply chains, process transactions, and analyze market trends. Astreya offers specialized support for evolving data center technology to improve its availability, reduce costs, optimize performance and oversee long-term health.
The digital workplace is changing the way employees work together, how companies support their customers and ultimately how they do business. Keeping your organization connected is the key to their productivity and the sole focus of Astreya’s Complete Network Support services. High-performance, reliable network connectivity is a critical part of every business solution given the direct impact on the company’s bottom line. There is an expectation, demand, and need for having 24/7 access to information and data. Astreya’s Network services will help you deploy and manage a network infrastructure that leverages your needs, improves reliability, and prepares your business for its digital journey.
By 2025, three-quarters of enterprise-generated data will be created and processed at the edge – outside a traditional centralized data center or cloud. That’s up from just 10 percent in 2018.