March 12, 2009 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) Integral Solutions Group, a division of J M Smith Corporation, has announced their plans to convert their Blackstock Road facility into a data center.
The data center will offer a variety of I/T services and solutions under Integrals existing trademark, StressFree I/T. Products and services will include: content management, disaster recovery plans for business continuity, internet vaulting/offsite back-up, data management, co-location services, email hosting & filtering, virtualization, green initiatives, managed services/enterprise monitoring, and cloud computing.
Russ Weber, president of Integral Solutions said, Hardware and network reliability, data security & privacy, and bandwidth needs of internet hosting have created a need for businesses to evaluate and invest in site infrastructure that will support their I/T goals. Our goal at Integral is to create a data center environment with 99.999% reliability to meet our current and future customers goals.
We are pleased that Integral Solutions Group located in Spartanburg is fast becoming one of the premier technology-related business operations in the Southeast, adds R. Carter Smith, Executive Vice President of Spartanburgs Economic Futures Group. They have been and are an important component to the Spartanburg business community. This expansion representing a $5 million investment along with additional new technology related job opportunities is very welcomed and appreciated.
Integral Solutions Groups continuum of technology solutions includes Fourth Utility design, I/T network design and implementation, cabling, wireless applications, enterprise monitoring, and consulting to industries that require sophisticated IT networks and consulting such as higher education, financial services, healthcare and manufacturing. In addition, Integral provides sales and service of leading hardware and software, along with business forms and supplies ranging from computer accessories to custom printed forms and envelopes. Its diverse client base includes Samsung, Clemson, Nexsen Pruet, USC, Palmetto Health, SCANNA, Palmetto Bank, and Johnson Development.