AIS Appoints Greg Rollet As CEO

AIS appoints Greg Rollet as CEO, and Interxion, RagingWire, and CyrusOne welcome new customers.

Data Center Knowledge

September 23, 2013

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AIS Appoints Greg Rollet As CEO

AIS appoints Greg Rollet as CEO, and Interxion, RagingWire, and CyrusOne welcome new customers.

AIS appoints new CEO

American Internet Services announced the appointment of Greg Rollet as the company’s new chief executive officer. Mr. Rollet takes over from Tim Caulfield who has served as the company’s top executive since September 2010 and is transitioning into an advisory role for private equity firm Seaport Capital, an AIS investor. Prior to joining AIS Mr. Rollet was senior director of operations and service delivery at EMC where he managed over 150,000 square feet of hosting and cloud infrastructure supporting EMC business units worldwide. Before that he was a regional data center operator at Peak 10.  "Greg Rollet embodies the leadership qualities we value in a chief executive and the board is confident that under his management we will achieve our full potential for future growth and success,” said Scott McCormack, partner at Seaport Capital and chairman of the AIS board of directors. “We’ve worked with and admired Greg for many years while he was on the executive leadership team at Peak 10. He’s just what AIS needs at this point in our growth and expansion.”

Interxion welcomes Deutsch Börse

Interxion (INXN) announced that Deutsche Börse is opening a new access point in Interxion’s Vienna data centre campus. Deutsche Börse offers its customers in the CEE region direct access to its global network via the new Access Point. Deutsche Börse’s network interconnects market participants with the major players of the financial services industry throughout Europe, the Americas and Asia. “Part of our mission is to create the leading global network in capital markets,” commented Sean Chinnock, Director COO Data + Services, Deutsche Börse. “We were impressed by Interxion’s track record in financial services combined with the unrivalled range of connectivity to the entire CEE region from the Vienna data centre.”

RagingWire selected by Silverchair Information Systems

RagingWire announced that Silverchair Information Systems, a Virginia-based provider of scholarly and professional publishing solutions, has selected RagingWire’s Virginia data center to host the company’s SCM6 publishing platform. “Data center performance is a critical link in delivering top-notch service to our customers, and so it was a strategic business decision to choose RagingWire, a colocation provider focused on innovation and customer experience,” said Benjamin Floyd, manager, technical operations at Silverchair.  “Our decision to physically host our SCM6 production environment at RagingWire’s Ashburn data center gives our staff the ability to focus on building and delivering meaningful products to our customers instead of worrying about our data center infrastructure.”

CyrusOne selected by CINgroup

Cyrus One (CONE) announced that it has been selected by The CINgroup to deliver data center services including disaster recovery colocation. The CINgroup is a leader in legal data and software services providing due diligence and workflow products used by more than 10,000 consumer law firms. CyrusOne's North Cincinnati facility serves the production colocation, backup and recovery, and business continuity needs of customers in an enterprise-class environment with 8.1 megawatts of total available power through two independent circuits and diverse fiber feeds from multiple carriers. “Our customers rely on The CINgroup for bankruptcy forms preparation and fact-checking data services that promote increased accuracy, create process efficiencies, and streamline workflow management,” said Bob Tester, senior infrastructure architect at The CINgroup. “In order to deliver the best possible experience for all customers whether accessing our services from our desktop forms preparation software or our cloud-based CINcompass practice management technology, we must have a production and disaster recovery solution that will deliver optimal uptime. The high levels of resiliency and redundancies in CyrusOne’s North Cincinnati data center are exactly what we were looking for.”

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