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ecVision deploys a data center in New Jersey
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Aug '08
ecVision, an award-winning provider of product lifecycle and supply chain software solutions, announced that it deployed a data center in New Jersey to support the growing demand for hosting of its customer base.

XpressCommerce is delivered as an Install or On-Demand product, enabling the retailer to collaborate with the globally-distributed supplier networks that are key elements of efficient supply chains in marketplace.

With the U.S. location, ecVision has enabled faster application response times for US-based customers accessing their systems that ecVision hosts.

The other data center in Hong Kong supports multiple installations for major retailer organizations in the U.S. and overseas.

Enterprise-grade physical security measures are in place, including dual-factor data center access control using bio-metric and electronic measures, around-the-clock CCTV cameras that are located in each entry point, and server uptime monitoring by on-site staff.

Intrusion detection systems, numerous firewalls, redundant power supplies, fail-over systems and off-site back-up storage are a few of the measures the facility has in place to ensure business continuity and ensure protection of valuable data. Leading hardware and software technology includes Dell Enterprise servers with Linux and Oracle software.

“Our On-Demand solution delivery model allows customers to focus on their core business, offloading the costs and burden of purchasing and managing computing power resources,” says Thomas Ng, CEO of ecVision.

“With this new data center, we are reinforcing our commitment to provide the service levels our customers deserve. Furthermore, ecVision will be able to offer greater geographical redundancy to customers in the U.S, Europe, and Asia.”

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