The Independent Data Center Alliance (IND-DCA), a global network of independent data center and carrier hotel operators, will officially launch at ITW 2019 Monday, June 24, 2019 in Atlanta, GA. The association brings together owner-operated data center providers to amplify market presence. The IND-DCA is organized by iMiller Public Relations and is being formed by four founding global data center operators from Germany, New York, Missouri and Seattle.
The IND-DCA founding data center operators include:
- Bluebird Underground, a Bluebird Network Facility, is a Midwest telecommunications company and operator of an underground data center facility in Springfield, MO
- Colocation Northwest, a division of isoFusion, a provider of internet access and IT services in the Puget Sound region
- DATAGRYD, a data center provider leveraging international data network hubs in New York City: 60 Hudson Street
- maincubes, a European data center provider headquartered in Frankfurt, with current data centers in Frankfurt and Amsterdam. The company delivers co-location space, power and connectivity in full accordance with the German, Dutch and European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
“Last year at ITW, the concept of the Independent Data Center Alliance was realized, so it’s truly fitting that the initiative’s launch is set to unveil at ITW 2019,” comments Ilissa Miller, CEO of iMiller Public Relations and co-initiator of the IND-DCA.
June 5, 2019
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