Lifeline Data Centers To Establish New Data Hub In Fort Wayne, Indiana
“We are very excited to finally be a direct part of the Fort Wayne business community. Lifeline is committed to driving significant technology infrastructure into Fort Wayne”, said Lifeline Data Centers Co-Owner, Alex Carroll. “As a private company making an investment in Fort Wayne’s technology infrastructure, we will assist to enhance the capabilities of the community through providing data center services to the Northeast Indiana market.”
“Other telecom companies and technology providers are planning to follow Lifeline into the Fort Wayne market; thereby, bringing an entire ecosystem of new carriers and technology providers to this community, ” added Rich Banta, the firm’s Co-owner.
Upon finalizing its site location, Lifeline Data Centers will make significant data communications infrastructure improvements unique to its facility and operation, Greater Fort Wayne officials said. Because of this uniqueness, Lifeline Data Centers will be able to offer one of a kind secured co-location office and adaptive manufacturing space. Lifeline maintains a current SSAE 16 Type II Audit Report and as a compliance boutique, has in-house compliance experts.
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