PointRight, Inc., a premier provider of analytics and decision-support services to the healthcare industry, recently selected FusionStorm for assistance with developing a technology strategy and re-architecting its data center infrastructure.
FusionStorm is a national provider of IT consulting, services, cloud offerings and managed services. Its technology roadmap, made with the help from partners EMC and Cisco (News - Alert), will allow PointRight to consolidate and streamline its infrastructure and support its rapidly growing business demands.
In a statement, Chris Stakutis, VP of Engineering and CTO, PointRight, said, "FusionStorm came in and evaluated our server and storage infrastructure, and showed us how we can we can improve utilization and make our data center faster and more efficient."
"They've been a great partner in helping us understand how to enhance performance and scalability and better position ourselves for the future."
The FusionStorm solution features EMC (News - Alert) VNX unified storage and the Cisco Unified Computing System server platform. It will offer PointRight with twice the storage performance and two to three times the server performance in a consolidated, tightly integrated environment. It will also support PointRight's budgetary requirements by arranging financing through EMC Global Financing and Cisco Capital.
"We process 20,000 to 50,000 medical records every day of the week and our customers count on that data coming in and getting analysis and response immediately. Our new data center environment architected with FusionStorm is critical to our success," Stakutis said.
Additionally, FusionStorm will also help PointRight improve its backup strategy using EMC's replication options and leveraging EMC VSPEX Proven Infrastructure and VMware to virtualize PointRight's environment.
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