Category Archives: Press Release

13 Aug

“Diggin In” to New Technology

By Chris SeveyBlog, Press Release

Enseva is all about satisfying our customers. This means adapting with our customers when their needs change. A year ago, we would have never dreamed that Enseva would be installing fiber infrastructure in the ground. But now, we’re doing it – and here’s why. In recent years, we at Enseva noticed that many of our

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04 Jan

Daniel Abbott Joins Enseva

By Lori McConvilleBlog, In The News, Press Release

Enseva, a data colocation and cloud solutions leader since 2012, announced today the addition of Daniel Abbott, Cloud Systems Engineer, to the firm. Abbott joins Enseva from Thompson Trucking where he last served as their IT Director working with numerous platforms and technologies including, but not limited to HyperV, SQL, VNC, ShoreTel, Cisco and Citrix.

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31 Dec

Enseva Recognized as Azure Leader

By Lori McConvilleBlog, In The News, Press Release

Enseva was named by CIO Review as one of “20 Most Promising Azure Solution Providers in 2015.” Of the twenty ranked companies, Enseva is the only Iowa company to receive such a distinction. Hundreds of Microsoft Azure platform providers were evaluated and Enseva is incredibly proud of achieving this leadership ranking. “It’s an honor to

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19 Oct

Unite Private Networks brings connectivity to Enseva Hiawatha

By Lori McConvilleBlog, In The News, Press Release

CEDAR RAPIDS, IA (October 19, 2015) – Enseva today announced a recent partnership with Kansas City, MO based high-bandwidth and fiber-based communications network provider, Unite Private Networks. The partnership will support UPN’s new state-wide fiber-optic network, which in its entirety covers nearly 900 miles. Unite Private Networks recognizes Enseva as the premier datacenter to kick

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10 Apr

Enseva expands hardware profiles in cloud

By Chris SeveyBlog, Press Release

Within the Enseva private cloud ecosystem, hardware profiles represent different combinations of CPU, Memory and Disk that consumers can provision. Historically, Enseva supported popular combinations of resources that closely mimicked real hardware. For CPU we had 1 Core, 2 Core, 4 Core, 8 Core, etc.; for Memory we had 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, etc. Disk is

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