EVAS has started as a technology company working behind the scenes for major telecom, software, and hardware companies, among them Intel, Verizon, and Bell. With nearly a decade of experience in complex integrations and high demand applications, EVAS had evolved into a first-class application services company with deep engineering roots.
With the engineering at heart and over a decade in business, EVAS’s skills range from firmware development to DevOps. The company’s experience touches on almost all aspects of the Information Technology Services Lifecycle (ITSL) — this is what it takes today to develop and provide modern high availability business critical application services.
Delivering application services directly to end users or working with partners, EVAS’s network includes Fortune 500 companies, but it primarily consists of small and medium businesses. This is where the company’s offerings today have the most edge, and where EVAS strives hard to achieve the perfection.
EVAS was founded and operated in a historic for the IT community building, where the early Internet standards and what later had become the Internet backbone, Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), were conceived. The company located and worked in the offices of the Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI) that formerly operated the Secretariat of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), and where “the fathers of the Internet” Vinton Gray Cerf and Robert Kahn, as well as Guido van Rossum, the creator of the Python programming language and a pioneer of opensource, had worked.