Damovo Ireland has announced it has won a three-year deal to provide Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) with managed and monitored infrastructure solutions.
The ICT solutions service provider said that the £100,000 deal will span 38 locations across Dublin and provide e-learning opportunities for 2,000 staff and around 20,000 students.
Commenting on the high-speed 10GB network in DIT, Paul Flynn, director of finance and resources, said: “Damovo’s highly-skilled managed services team displays a deep understanding of our business objectives, systems and applications. Their ability to keep our ICT platforms at constant peak performance provides us with complete peace of mind throughout the academic year.”
38 locations across Dublin
Damovo said it will provide round-the-clock supervision and rapid fixes from its Dublin NOC to ensure maximum uptime for staff, lecturers and students in all 38 college and office locations, and also for distance learning students accessing the network remotely.
Mike Parton, CEO, Damovo Group, said the company was committed to excellence and the fact DIT chose its services would provide them with “next-generation, collaborative platforms which will enable them to compete successfully on the international stage”.