Mesh IQ Provides Freedom of Choice, Says Exec George Farrell
In his presentation the evening of Parallels EMEA Forum 2010, “Freedom of Choice – Compose your own intelligence, George Farrell, director of Internet business development and placement services provider MESH (www.mesh.eu) explained that Service providers can use custom combinations of services to offer MESH infrastructure and data services to its customers.
The white label platform automated services MESH IQ offers a quick and easy way for companies to begin the automation of clouds, said Farrell, allowing you to easily offer a range of software, platform and infrastructure as service offerings tailored to small and medium enterprises.
The platform automates online booking, customer tracking, service delivery, and payment processing services such as Hosted Exchange, Hosted SharePoint, Open-Xchange, hosting SaaS applications, according to Parallels APS-standard, and virtual private servers.
Hosting providers can, for example, uses a grid of CI to the provision and automate many hosting services domain registration and shared hosting and managed hosting SaaS.
In addition, Farrell said, MESH I.Q. infrastructure is based on enterprise-level compliance certification TÜV in Germany for data security and business continuity as well as being able to SLA provider that guarantees the availability of up to 99.99 percent. “This is our core business, and we can deliver 99.99 percent,” he said. It should also be noted that these high standards of infrastructure are met in all its 80 data centers worldwide, totaling over 500,000 square feet of combined space.
Given these reasons, Farrell urges service providers “[s] peed on your business and make up your own mesh IQ.” Was Sybe Jung, CEO of Web-based enterprise services Cloud Netherlands 4 on hand to describe how his company uses IC MESH consolidate servers, increase utilization and protect your business from the effects of a power outage and in general, helping the company do more with less. Jung noted that working with MESH was also a benefit, because “[t] hey’re very professional people and ensure the availability … and have multi-focus data center.”
Farrell concluded that I.Q. MESH is indeed a smart way to provide services.