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Open Data Centers has announced its recent membership in www.FISPA.org, joining the association’s extensive community of 190 members whose connections span over 480 service providers and 685 emerging CLECs.
FISPA provides a neutral forum for collaboration and the sharing of ideas amongst industry-leading ISPs, CLECs, and MSPs, providing small and mid-sized CLECs and Service Providers the ability to compete against an work with incumbent carriers and application providers. FISPA also provides its ISP and CLEC members the ability to increase access solutions via new partnership opportunities. Open Data Centers also gains greater exposure for its proven colocation services and connectivity solutions by way of participating in FISPA’s regional meetings and educational and networking events, as well as aggregate buying and vendor participation programs.
Open Data Centers is a leading provider of carrier-neutral colocation and alternative connectivity options for carriers, service providers and enterprise customers in the New York / New Jersey metro area. Its Piscataway, NJ data center features diverse power feeds and N+1 redundancy, fulfilling the low latency needs of financial institutions and high-availability requirements of Cloud services and applications while serving as an ideal location for carrier Points of Presence (PoPs). The facility currently serves multiple network and fiber providers including: Zayo, Sunesys, Lightower, Level3, Verizon, Verizon Business, Wolfe.NET, MetroOptical, Cablevision, Core Technology Services, Endstream Communications, and many others.
To learn more about Open Data Centers and its Piscataway, NJ facility, visit www.opendatacenters.net.
For more information about FISPA, visit www.FISPA.org.
There are many reasons why businesses turn to Ethernet access for achieving improved application performance and business productivity. In fact, in a previous post, we discussed the top 10 factors for choosing Ethernet connectivity, including availability, performance and bandwidth scalability, among many others. Now, let’s take a look at the top 10 applications that benefit from connecting with Ethernet and why.
- Layer 2 VPNs for IT Infrastructure: Ethernet Layer 2 Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) maximize the performance of existing IT infrastructure increasing network control.
- Cloud Computing: The deterministic and dynamic service attributes of Ethernet benefit the way cloud computing is used and consumed.
- Site to Site Access: Provides added performance and higher bandwidth levels along with service standardization at all locations.
CAMBRIDGE, MA, USA – December 2, 2013 – The Open-IX Association (OIX), a neutral, non-profit industry association formed to promote better standards for data center Interconnection and Internet Exchanges in North America, announce the appointment of iMiller Public Relations (iMPR), a leading international marketing and public relations firm serving the telecommunications and technology industries, as its agency of record. iMPR has been selected by OIX to develop and execute an integrated marketing communications program encompassing corporate positioning, messaging and organizational branding as well as social media, analyst relations and thought leadership outreach. iMPR will advise OIX on its communications strategy, develop marketing collateral, evaluate current marketing processes, and prepare a framework for media outreach and response.
“iMPR is proud to be the association’s strategic partner and to serve as an extension of the OIX team,” says Ilissa Miller, CEO of iMiller Public Relations. “It is an honor to help spread the positive message and evolve the marketing efforts of a visionary association such as OIX, whose ultimate goal of increasing competition and reliability of inter-connections will benefit the industry’s service providers, businesses and consumers alike.”
“We chose to work with iMPR because of the team’s in-depth expertise in the Internet and telecommunications arenas, as well as their extensive market knowledge and experience gained from working firsthand with the very providers and consumers we aim to serve,” adds Martin Hannigan, co-founder and Treasurer of Open-IX Association. “Leveraging iMPR’s strategic capabilities, we are confident that the firm can greatly advance our presence and message of lowering costs, expanding power solutions and increasing reliability for bandwidth consumers in the marketplace.”
OIX is a non-profit and neutral community comprised of volunteers from the Internet community with the common goal of creating fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory standards for Internet connectivity, resiliency, interconnect security and cost. These beneficial industry standards are divided into sub-committees, including IXP, Data Center, and Membership. OIX is seeking to help unify a highly fragmented industry and change the way networks connect with one another in the North America by creating a new network of member-governed Internet exchange points (IXPs) housed in multiple neutral data center facilities that allow participants to interact and exchange content without the usual fiscal burden of commercial providers.
Information about OIX and general media or analyst inquiries should be directed to OpenIX@imillerpr.com.
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The Open-IX Association (OIX) is an Internet community derived effort to improve the landscape of Internet peering and interconnect in the United States. OIX encourages the development of neutral and distributed Internet Exchanges in North America while promoting uniform, cost-efficient standards of performance for interconnections backed by the Internet community. The association aims to promote common and uniform specifications for data transfer and physical connectivity and improve IX performance by developing criteria and methods of measurement to reduce the complexity that restricts interconnection in fragmented markets. The OIX Board is comprised of volunteer representatives from the Internet community in the United States, including Paul L. Andersen; Donald S. Clark; Dan Golding; Martin Hannigan; Keith Mitchell; David Temkin; and Barry Tishgart. More information about OIX can be found by visiting www.open-ix.org.
About iMiller Public Relations
iMiller Public Relations is a results-driven, independent public relations and marketing communication services firm. iMPR provides a custom set of services to meet each client’s individual needs, including the development of a comprehensive and strategic marketing communications plan that encompasses Strategic Relations, Digital Marketing, Product Marketing, Creative & Content Development, Social Media, Crisis Management, Event Planning, Media Outreach Competitive Analysis, and more. Leveraging vast experience in sales, marketing, business development and product management, iMPR has the insight, knowledge and industry understanding to take your company to the next level. For more information about iMPR, visit www.imillerpr.com.
iMiller Public Relations for OIX
Tel: +1 866 307 2510
Join NEDAS at Our Annual Philly Social
Held at the Yards Brewing Company
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION AVAILABLE ONLY THROUGH DECEMBER 24th!
We warmly invite you to join us at the Northeast DAS + Small Cell Association’s Philly Social Event on January 7th, 2014! Blow off some steam, relax and mingle with industry friends for an interactive evening at Yards Brewing Company!
Kick off the new year by enjoying delicious eats, drinks and even a tour of the brewery.
Spots are filling up fast!
Early bird rates of $50.00 are only available through December 24, 2013.
Admission is FREE for carrier customers and vertical real estate end users (requires prior authorization).
To learn more about our event and our fantastic sponsorship opportunities email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.