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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.
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.
Lam Cloud is inching closer toward its goal of providing a center of network connectivity for New Jersey and its growing data center market.
Sunesys, a leading provider of dark fiber, managed private Ethernet networks and transport, recently announced it signed a deal with Lam Cloud that encompasses the installation of a 10Gbps Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) connection between the company’s headquarters in Cranbury and its colocation facility in Newark.
“Sunesys is thrilled to provide a premier, advanced engineered DWDM optic connection to Lam Cloud,” explains Alan Katz, the company’s Senior Vice President. “The diverse network continues to promote Sunesys’ mission to connect large-scale enterprise clients with top of the line data services. A partnership like this reaffirms our future expansion providing transport throughout the Northeast.”
The fiber optic network gives Lam Cloud the ability to securely obtain additional services such as Internet connectivity between the two facilities, while also enabling carrier diversity and increased reliability for a private network offering.
July 1, 2013 took New Jersey by storm, literally. With torrential rains, huge gusts of wind and tornado touch downs confirmed in the State of New Jersey, it is just another reminder to ensure our businesses have a continuity and disaster recovery plan for any time of the year. The storm report for 2013 has already touted increased chances of Hurricanes. Since we are not in the Midwest, we often forget that Tornadoes and other extreme weather conditions can affect the New York metro area, and on a moment’s notice.
I remember yesterday receiving text warnings of potential flood conditions. Looking out the window, it appeared overcast, damp – the humidity sat in the air. In about 5 minutes from the receipt of the warning, torrential rains poured down. Within another fifteen minutes I looked out the window to watch a heavy stream of water pouring down the street. This type of weather pattern is quickly becoming the norm for the Northeast. Couple these storms with winds, high tides, and an already saturated ground, the chances of floods, downed trees causing downed wires, structural damage to buildings and homes is inevitable.
While businesses can’t protect the homes of their employees or ensure their ability to perform their jobs during these stormy conditions, companies must ensure their business operations remain online, accessible and functional at all times. Lam Cloud Management operates a fully integrated data center, business continuity, disaster recovery and workplace recovery facility in Cranbury, N.J. Just off exit 8A of the NJ Turnpike, the facility is highly fortified with secure infrastructure and provides businesses locally and beyond a dependable facility to ensure their business operations. Not just for the technology brains of a company, Lam Cloud’s facility provides workplace recovery solutions that enable employees to continue to do their job, even if your corporate facilities are inaccessible.
Stormy weather doesn’t mean your business must ride the waves, battening down the hatches, hoping it will stay together and afloat. Lam Cloud’s solutions provide you that business assurance so that you can focus on the needs of your customers, provide a safe haven for employees and continue business operations regardless of what Mother Nature spurs on us.