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2016 Golden Bridge Awards® Honors iMPR Founder and CEO Ilissa Miller With ‘Public Relations Executive of the Year’ Gold
The 2016 Golden Bridge Awards has named iMiller Public Relations (iMPR) Founder and CEO Ilissa Miller a gold winner in its ‘Public Relations Executive of the Year’ category. The eighth annual program recognizes accomplishments by organizations and businesses in every major industry throughout the world.
Originally Posted by: Data Center Discovery
Lam Cloud is proud to host a benefit concert for Post 21 Club of Bergen County, a New Jersey 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that works to create program and support choices for adults with Autism who have aged out of NJ’s special education system. Post 21 Club also collaborates with and connects parents, service providers and funding resources to create opportunities for employment, socialization and daily living for adults with Autism.
Meet INOC at ITW in Chicago!
Although infrastructure can vary from the physical to the virtual, complex networks, servers and various IT applications require 24×7 monitoring to ensure high service availability, lower time to resolution and an optimal customer experience. Enter the Network Operations Center (NOC). Implemented across technology, healthcare, financial, manufacturing and retail organizations, as well as public utilities, universities, and government agencies, NOCs are necessary to proactively monitor and quantify IT support activities. This includes event and incident management, communications and escalation management, service requests, maintenance of documentation and periodic review and reporting of service performance to ensure data and voice infrastructure is operating efficiently.
By: Prasad Ravi, CEO, INOC
A year ago, the day-to-day operational support of your network infrastructure was running smoothly. When network errors popped up, your network engineers would be alerted and incidents would be addressed quickly. As a result, your network — and your customers’ services — functioned well. However, now your company has grown, your network has gotten bigger and perhaps more complex; your support engineers are quite busy addressing your customers’ daily support needs and are getting overwhelmed. So, you are wondering if there is a better way to structure this support and provide some downtime for your team. You are probably ready for a Network Operations Center (NOC).
A provider of IT infrastructure maintenance solutions for value-added resellers (VARs), including maintenance support for all major network, server and storage platforms, Smart 3rd party selected INOC’s 24×7 NOC Services for efficient trouble ticket resolution and escalation, technical troubleshooting and network monitoring.
Energy demands are rising. In fact, The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) projects that world energy consumption will grow by 56% between 2010 and 2040. In response to this growing demand, the utility industry is entering an age of unprecedented technological modernization, which will continue over the next 30 years (up to $2 trillion of capital deployment by 2030 according to some estimates). This modernization is driving a massive transformation of critical infrastructure, including developments in Smart Grid technology and the build-out of more robust communication networks for utilities across the globe.
With this level of technological modernization, how can today’s utility companies effectively manage their operations, specifically ensuring continuity and maximizing uptime, while simultaneously ensuring customers’ requirements are met and their expenditures remain low?
All eyes in the tech world are now on Lam Cloud’s latest innovation: its Technology Campus, a five-story building where many different companies gather together in a co-working environment to meet, work, network, channel and partner together side by side. Lam Cloud’s latest development represents a new paradigm in the business workplace environment, and is being heralded as a cutting-edge solution for entrepreneurs and startups to gather and grow together, yet independently.
Lam Cloud’s sprawling Technology Campus features 500,000 square feet of well-connected and state-of-the-art business space, enabling professionals to collaborate with potential investors, customers, students, colleagues, job seekers and business partners in a neutral and accessible environment. Headquartered at 1 Farr View Drive in Cranbury, NJ, the campus lies within close geographic proximity to key metro markets such as New York City; Princeton, NJ; Newark, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; and Washington, D.C.
December marked the end of an eventful year for Lam Cloud, a leading New Jersey-based provider of proven Business Continuity, Workplace Recovery, Data Center, IT and Network solutions. The company achieved several significant milestones in 2013, including: obtaining SSAE16 Type 1 compliance for its data center and Colocation Services; officially debuting its Technology Campus; unveiling new branding; and securing a strategic new partnership to fortify its solution portfolio.
iAreaNet’s goal is to provide businesses with an array of technology solutions. The company does this through its iAreaOffice, or “Office-in-the-Cloud” suite, which includes phone service, integrated unified communications, hosted exchange, conferencing, and applications. Their state-of-the-art technology infrastructure provides customers with data, voice, collaboration, and mobile connectivity through one comprehensive IT and communications solution.
Open Data Centers’ Piscataway location was an ideal complement to iAreaNets’ geographically dispersed facilities in both California and Georgia. The Piscataway location ensures iAreaNet’s customers receive the highest level of service, complete with the greatest uptime, disaster prevention, and instant access to their mission-critical business data.
Open Data Centers’ facility boasts 15,000 square feet of scalable data center space, complete with advanced monitoring and security, N+1 redundant connectivity, reliable power, and maximum uptime capabilities. These specifications guaranteed by Open Data Centers’ Piscataway data center make the facility ideal for housing cloud solutions and carrier Points of Presence (PoPs), as well as the colocation of data-rich applications requiring high bandwidth and optimal security.
An exclusive ribbon-cutting event occurred in Chicago today for a major new data center. Server Farm Realty LLC (SFR), one of the nation’s most innovative data center developers, proudly unveiled their newest, state-of-the-art data center facility in Chicago. This watershed event, an invitation-only unveiling ceremony, included dignitaries such as Chicago’s Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Peerless Network’s CEO, John Barnicle and Server Farm Realty’s CEO Avner Papouchado.
The Server Farm Realty Chicago data center serves as a key interconnection point to a number of global network providers. The facility, located at 840 South Canal, features 450,000 total square feet that formerly housed a General Electric Co. (GE) factory and served as Northern Trust’s data center and operations hub. Server Farm Realty invested over $220M to redevelop and transform the building into a Tier III data center.
The facility is situated in an eight-story building, delivering approximately 20 MW of power to over 138,000 square feet of raised floor data center suites. Designed for 100% availability, the building also boasts a very green Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) rating of 1.4 or better – one of the lowest in Chicago. The building has 4 MW critical load to five (floors 1-5), 250 pounds per square foot loading, and two carrier-neutral meet-me-rooms with dual fiber entrances. There are two floors of trading space (floors 6 and 7), with 24 x 7 building operations for global market trading. The facility includes a large selection of carrier choices including: AT&T, Verizon, 360 Networks, Cogent, CFN, Fiberlink, Level 3, Centurylink, XO, Sunesys, Zayo, Intellifiber, PAETEC, and Global Crossing.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel had significant praise for what Server Farm Realty brings to Chicago. The workforce, coupled with accessible real estate and an abundance of power all centrally located with extensive communications infrastructure leading in all directions leaves no doubt that the city is well- positioned to attract more business and job opportunities.
Chicago is an ideal location for secure, low latency network infrastructure. In addition to being a global data center hub and interconnection point for virtually every major fiber network, Chicago boasts some of the lowest Total Cost of Occupancy (TCO) for data center users, as well as a vast array of real estate options. The city’s deregulated power market offers cost-effective power rates from a wide variety of vendors, while its mild climate yields substantial energy savings for approximately the first half of every year. This combination of regional advantages and technical features make SFR’s newest facility a strategic and key asset for tenants looking for reliable, secure and scalable data center space in the Chicago market.
For more information about Server Farm Realty, its data center facilities, and its build-to-suit, custom data center solutions, visit www.serverfarmrealty.com.