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NYI's Newly Launched Fault Tolerant Web (FTW) Service Improves Clients' Website Security, Performance and Availability

FTW's Distributed Caching and Load-Balancing Provides Nearly Limitless Scale for Any Website, Hosted Anywhere

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/25/14 -- NYI, a New York company specializing in customized technology infrastructure solutions, announces today the launch of its Fault Tolerant Web (FTW) service, dramatically improving website security, performance, and resiliency for its clients. Designed as a distributed caching and load-balancing service, FTW provides high availability and scalability for any website, no matter where clients' webservers are located.

As a leader in the data center sector for more than 18 years, NYI is continuously focused on designing infrastructure services to further serve its clients. NYI's highly secure, state-of-the art data centers are located in New York, New Jersey, Seattle and Los Angeles and offer colocation, cloud computing and managed services engineered with best-in-breed technology.

"We observed a need in the marketplace for secure, cost-effective ways to optimize and boost website performance, and in response, NYI designed FTW to assure clients that their website will always be protected, load as fast as possible and remain highly available," states Phil Koblence, Vice President of NYI. "With FTW, our clients have peace of mind that their end-user clients are reaching their websites and content when they want, never missing an opportunity to connect."

NYI's Fault Tolerant Web service is designed to:

  • Reduce website load times
  • Effortlessly handle unpredictable surges and spikes in traffic
  • Provide Ultra High Availability with 100% SLA Guarantee
  • Gain instant access to detailed statistics
  • Protect against online threats

"We've seen extremely positive results from clients implementing FTW, demonstrating an average of increase of 30 percent or more across key website performance metrics," states Mark Staudinger, VP Systems Architecture of NYI. "FTW-powered websites allow our clients to get their content into the hands of their users quickly and seamlessly, served by NYI's lightning-fast, load-balanced cache clusters."

FTW is easy to implement, as it does not require companies to install new equipment, change code or site structure. The service can be enabled by simply changing the DNS record for the host name, no matter where the servers are located, making it quick and easy to see immediate website improvements.

"Bridging the best aspects of CDN and Web Acceleration, FTW stores user content as soon as it is requested by visitors, automatically identifying static content that can be cached, taking most of the burden from our clients' web servers," states Kevin Phair, Director of Operations for NYI. "In true NYI fashion, the FTW service makes it easy and affordable for our clients to instantly transform their websites, increasing speed, security, and reliability."

To learn more about FTW and its simplified "one fee per domain" billing structure, please contact [email protected]

For more information about NYI and FTW, please visit http://www.nyi.net/nyi_solutions/more/managed_services#ftw.

About NYI
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

NYI is SSAE 16, PCI and HIPAA-compliant. For more information, visit www.nyi.net; call (800) 288-7387; or follow the company on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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