The URL for our VPN service has changed from vpn.10-j.com to vpn.netsolus.com. The 10-j.com should still work, but if you are experiencing issues please call the helpdesk.
Netsolus Consulting brings over 12 years of experience in providing cost effective IT solutions to the Kansas City market. Our proven experience in data center / collocation management, consulting services, and IT staff augmentation give us the ability to deliver innovative and reliable solutions. We pride ourselves in delivering complete end to end solutions with integrity and that translates into a much respected reputation in the Kansas City area and beyond.
Tier II data center with over 9000 Sqft of floor space. Oak Tower is one of the key Fiber transit buildings for Kansas City. Originally the building housed the AT&T Central Office of all of the Kansas City Metro area. Today this building is home to Verizon, American Fiber Systems, Cogent Communications and several other key transit and telecommunications infrastructure providers.
Oak Tower is currently operational and acting as our primary data center facility. As the other data centers finish construction, Oak Tower will offer client’s seeking lower price points an excellent continued solution from Netsolus Consulting’s Data Trust Services.
- Multiple On-net carriers
- N+1 cooling
- 9,000 sqft of Tier 2 data center
- One of the best peered private colocation centres in Kansas City
- A / B network reduncancy design.
- MeetMe cross-connects available between carriers
- 24 X 7 X 365 helpdesk and remote hands
Starting Apirl 1st, 2011, Netsolus is proud to announce the availablity of private cloud services and off-site backup services in the Denver market.
This additional POP brings new services to new and existing clients.
Kansas City hosting and collocation clients can now utilize, these services for there disaster planning and service expansions.
Omaha Cloud POP
Our Omaha Datacenter Cloud POP gives Netsolus the ability to offer full cloud hosting services in Omaha and DR services for clients located in other Netsolus / 10J cloud and datacenter POPs
On Thursday, July 26th, 2011 between 10pm and 11pm will we be bringing our peer with HE in Kansas City down and moving it to our new IPv6 core infrastructure. This will put us on the IPv6 and IPv4 Internet backbones and pave the way for future upgrades.
This will not affect our Kansas City collocation connectivity.
We will post a updates as needed to keep everyone up to date.
Netsolus Consulting is pleased to announce our new 3.2 Terabit a second, fully IPv6 capable core has been brought into production.
With these upgrades we can ensure that our abilities to deliver the next generation of IP services to all our clients will be fully realized.
In addition ARIN has finalized there assignment of a IPv6 /32 to Netsolus Consulting. As part of this assignment Netsolus will be working to assign /64 IPv6 assignments to all clients and working toward getting all clients running dual stack in the near future.
As a premier Kansas City data center and managed services provider we look forward to assisting all our current and future clients with their solution needs whether they are on IPv4, IPv6 or both stacks.
In addition to getting maintenance notifications from our Constant Contacts service, we will now be including all maintenance related issues & notifications here on this blog.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our 24/7/365 support at 816-410-5991.
Why so many different spellings?
Unfortunately in the data center industry their has been a debate on which spelling is the correct spelling for colocation. Some professionals, like lawyers seem to think that the collocation spelling is the correct spelling. This is why our contracts use the collocation spelling.
If we look at Google searches on the keyword terms for colocation and collocation, the general public seems to use both colocation and collocation evenly. This means to get the best visibility for our site we have to use the two spellings throughout our site. So hopefully our liberal use of both spellings doesn’t distract you from reading about our excellent managed services offerings.
Bryan Ballard, CEO, Netsolus Consulting