RocketSpace has been helping several start-up companies in San Francisco to get established by offering an assortment of facilities and IT services like rapid, dependable access to a high-performance and extremely dependable network. Start-up companies with RocketSpace’s assistance will find it a lot easier to garner the attention of investors and the right employees.
Technology and new media companies are offered comprehensive shared office space by RocketSpace. A protected, multi-tenant network is therefore required by RocketSpace, which has over hundred companies using its offerings, for effectively operating its business.
RocketSpace is ensuring rapid success for its customers by utilizing the Brocade (News - Alert) network, which offers the finest setting for the growth of applications, communications and connectivity. Several industries are offered dependable, high-performance, and affordable networking offerings by Brocade.
In a release, Mike Bowie, director of IT at RocketSpace said, “Emerging and start-up companies rely on us and our network every day. Our mission is to provide the resources they need for continued success. It was clear after careful evaluation that Brocade had the right combination of features, price/performance value and reliability to help us reach our goal.”
Since its launch, RocketSpace had an unplanned network supported by several platforms, which could not meet its varying needs in an optimal manner. With the increasing number of clients at RocketSpace, an urgent enhancement to the network was needed. RocketSpace has implemented 10 Brocade Power over Ethernet stackable switches in order to assist the varying customer needs, and will also assist flexible edge routing by implementing Brocade NetIron CES (News - Alert) Switches.
Bowie said, “We leverage our network for high-performance connectivity, but we also offer our customers customized solutions, depending on their IP address and bandwidth requirements. It's more complex and dynamic than a 'plug-and-play' scenario. Our user base is technology-savvy and expects the latest and greatest. Many are working in advanced protocol development, mobile apps, VoIP, security testing and other areas so we have to provide an open, platform-agnostic solution for them. We also have to make sure we can manage the surge of new personal and business mobile devices that are brought in each day. It's typical for most people to bring in two, maybe three Internet-enabled devices and expect the same network experience.”
Edited by Jennifer Russell