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RagingWire Delivers Enterprise-Class Managed Server Hosting Solution

RagingWire Delivers Enterprise-Class Managed Server Hosting Solution

SACRAMENTO, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 02/19/08 -- RagingWire Enterprise Solutions, Inc. (RES), a Sacramento-based premier data center and IT services provider, today announced a new enterprise-class Managed Server Hosting solution. RES Managed Server Hosting provides clients with an immediate scalable IT infrastructure based upon enterprise caliber standards. RagingWire assumes responsibility for delivering and managing the entire IT infrastructure, so clients avoid up-front capital investment and the threat of downtime.

"The real value to our clients is that they avoid the large up-front costs and delays in deploying an in-house option," said Yatish Mishra, president and CTO of RagingWire. "We built this product from the ground up for full integration utilizing enterprise standards. We deliver rapid provisioning, and include management services for the IT environment comprised of the hardware, network, storage, security, operating system, and the application infrastructure."

The RES bare-metal server infrastructure is supported by RagingWire's next generation high power density Enterprise Data Center(SM). It integrates components from industry leading partners like IBM, Cisco Systems, Microsoft, and Red Hat. This dedicated server infrastructure offers a level of security, availability, and performance not available in a shared approach.

"For businesses that can't afford downtime, our managed server hosting service is the ideal solution," said Doug Adams, vice president of sales and marketing for RagingWire. "We've engineered the solution so that enterprise businesses can keep their IT costs consistently in line and still realize enterprise-level performance and support."

While clients have full root access to their servers' operating systems (OS) and applications, RagingWire is responsible for installing, monitoring, and managing the entire IT stack -- from the world class RES data center facility up through the OS. Client IT departments are relieved of costs and responsibilities so they can focus on their core business. RES' Managed Server Hosting environment is supported by a staff of technical experts. Further, clients' servers will be up and running -- fully supported, backed up, and highly configurable -- within 24 hours of account set up.

About RagingWire

RagingWire Enterprise Solutions provides highly custom and flexible IT solutions to meet the business needs of large, data-intensive enterprise companies. RES' highly reliable and secure Enterprise Data Center(SM) facility is engineered to provide "five nines" (99.999%) availability, with highly scalable power and cooling. This world class infrastructure along with premier managed IT solutions enables clients to reduce their operating costs, speed time to market, and focus on their core competencies.

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Phone: (916) 286-3056
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