Liberty Center One announced the availability of Comcast Business fiber services at its Royal Oak data center.
The East Lansing network, voice, and cloud services provider Comlink LLC and data center operator Liberty Center One announced that Comlink has completed the construction and activation of three new fiber paths into Liberty Center One’s data center in Royal Oak.
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The Southfield telecommunications company 123.Net announced Friday that it will be celebrating the opening of its newly remodeled West Michigan data center with an exclusive event on Wednesday, April 24 beginning at 3 p.m.
The Southfield City Council approved the creation of an Industrial Development District and economic development incentives for TelNet Worldwide Inc. at the March 18 City Council Meeting.
With Michigan ranked 5th in the nation for tech jobs and 4th for business expansions, Online Tech has turned an abandoned auto site into a growing source of new tech jobs and opportunities.
Avalon Technologies Inc. Thursday announced its 10th anniversary in business, specializing in IT services, consulting and implementation.
Hurricane Sandy and the recent James Bond and Red Dawn films show the power of “online amnesia” to wipe away all your data — and power — in an instant. Online Tech, a “Fort Knox” for data, is expanding to meet demand.
The purchase earlier this year of Grand Rapids-based Iserv by Quincy, Mass.-based 382 Communications has already paid dividends. The Massachusetts company announced Friday that its Iserv data center in Grand Rapids served as its data headquarters when its East Coast operations were affected by Hurricane Sandy.