DMI, ByteGrid Form Enterprise Data Center Partnership; Jay Sunny Bajaj Comments

Jay Sunny Bajaj, DMI

Digital Management Inc. has signed an agreement with data center provider Bytegrid, where DMI will provide federal and commercial clients data center consolidation and performance operations center services using ByteGrid’s data center.

DMI said it will lease both data center and technical office space within Bytegrid’s Silver Spring, Md. facility, including an integrated EPOC to work with customers.

“Cyber threats, mobile device management, and the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative are converging to create enormous complexity and growing headaches particularly for technology and security leaders,” said Jay Sunny Bajaj, DMI’s president and CEO.

The company recently formed a trusted computing partnership with Intel (click here for more coverage, including Bajaj’s comments on what the firms are aiming for).

DMI is using the operations center to provide customers visibility of their enterprise data, security operations, mobile operations, network operations and IT service management.

Using Bytegrid’s data center as a platform, DMI will provide integration and consolidation services to federal agencies covered under the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative.

DMI also selected Bytegrid for its physical security and compliance with the Federal Information Security Management Act, the General Services Administration‘s ISC Level IV standards and network grid connectivity criteria.

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