Financial terms were not disclosed.
Dirig’s newest product, Fenway, will help Motient keep its wireless services, Blackberry and eLink, running smoothly. Motient also purchased Dirig’s integration
software to tie into Aprisma Spectrum, a move to display application and system data through a single window.
“Our solutions are designed for organizations like Motient that require hands-off management allowing their IT staff to concentrate on other issues not related to the
health of their systems and applications,” said Chris Lesar, a Dirig vice president.
Among the statistics generated by Fenway are the number of pages requested, error log entries, and response time from the Web server.
It’s the latest in a string of customer wins for the 4-year-old firm. In recent weeks, Dirig has inked contracts with GiantLoop, a Waltham, Mass., optical storage firm, and Canon Virginia, the Newport News, Va., subsidiary of the
Dirig is privately held and venture-backed. In addition to its recently expanded headquarters in the Granite State’s Gate City, it also has a sales office in Chicago.