November 18, 2013: Nicole Henderson of The WHIR reports Online Tech adds 34,000 additional square feet with new data center in Metro Detroit.
November 18, 2013: Click on Detroit's Meaghan St. Pierre reports Online Tech expanding and adding new jobs in Westland, Michigan.
November 18, 2013: Hosting Journalist writes about Michigan's colocation provider, Online Tech adding its fourth data center outside of Detroit, Michigan.
November 19, 2013: Datacentres.com details Online Tech's additional datacentre in Wayne County, Michigan.
November 19, 2013: Steven Aiello reports for Wall Street & Technology how advanced encryption methods could change the financial services industry's attitude on the cloud.
August 31, 2011: Yevgeniy Sverdlik of DatacenterDynamics reports colocation and hosting firm Online Tech boosts energy efficiency of its Michigan data center by replacing UPS systems and adding free cooling capabilities.
Westland, Michigan – November 18, 2013 – Online Tech is building on its leadership position in Michigan with a new, world class data center facility in metro Detroit. The new data center for secure, compliant enterprise-class hosting will bring Online Tech’s data center footprint to 100,000 square feet.
Our newest data center is located in Westland, Michigan. With close proximity to the I-94 / I-275 corridor, this facility is strategically located to support Metro Detroit and the greater Midwest by continuing to deliver secure, compliant enterprise class hosting and colocation services to our customers.
The 34,500 square foot stand-alone data center will include a total of 18,000 square feet of 24” raised floor, deployed over three (3) phases, and a total building load capacity of 1.2 MW. The carrier-neutral facility has two physically separate and diverse fiber points of entry and will feature fiber connectivity from eight (8) different telecommunications providers.
Detailed specifications include:
To learn more, contact us today.
Ann Arbor, Michigan – November 11, 2013 – Employees expect to be able to use their personal phones, tablets and laptops at work. The ubiquity of these mobile devices has forced organizations to implement “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) security policies to ensure network security is not compromised.
Job Title: Data Center Engineer
Company: Online Tech, LLC
Location: Flint, Michigan
Gartner predicts the cloud services market to grow by 18.5% this year to approximately $131 billion worldwide. Online Tech (OT), one of the Midwest’s leading secure cloud services and colocation data center providers, is poised to take advantage of significant growth in demand across the Midwest. Online Tech owns and operates three premium data centers (>54,000 SF of mission critical space), and focuses on high availability, compliance, and security. Online Tech helps clients manage their growing IT demand with a full range of solutions from colocation to multi-tenant cloud to private cloud computing in independently-certified SSAE 16, SOC 2, HIPAA, Safe Harbor, and PCI compliant environments.
Job Overview: The Data Center Engineer is responsible for delivering exceptional service in Online Tech’s five data centers in Michigan and Indiana. As the senior member of the data center operations team, the Data Center Engineer will lead all maintenance, operations, and expansion efforts, including power and cooling systems, facilities, and physical security.
What We’re Looking For: A highly energetic “A” player who creates a win-win environment with highly developed technical, people, analytical, and leadership skills. Our ideal Data Center Engineer will fully engage by contributing great ideas and maintaining the highest standards of accountability and client focus to help us build one of Michigan’s success stories. This is a full-time exempt (salaried) position working at our Flint, MI location, reporting to the Director of Infrastructure.
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Key Measures of Success:
Competitive base salary plus quarterly performance bonus, 401(k), health insurance, and other benefits
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