APEX,iGlass Networks has signed a deal with its 11th Time Warner Cable (TWC) division.
Just days after announcing the addition of their 10th TWC customer, iGlass says it has wrapped up another evaluation and continued its trend of converting 100 percent of its evaluations to paying customers.
According to David Nizen, director of business development for iGlass, the Apex-based company is now monitoring more than 30percent of Time Warner Cable’s divisions, with several more pending
Tim Bolden, the president of iGlass, says the company’s goal is simple: “To continuously improve the reliability, capability and availability of our customers’ networks.
“The reality of today’s networks is that equipment fails, disks fill up and viruses attack,” said Bolden. “We help our customers meet, and beat, these challenges. We install in under two days, have a site fully configured within two weeks, and offer a free 30-day evaluation to any company willing to take a serious look at us.”
iGlass is a NOC solution and is architected to be available from any location with a browser and Internet connection. Outages and alerts are issued via email, pager, text messages and follow up phone calls from its NOC in Apex.