Netrality, a colocation data center operator with six strategic data centers in five U.S. markets, has appointed Amber Caramella as Chief Revenue Officer. Caramella comes from Zayo where she served as Senior Vice President of Sales and built the company’s global data center vertical team.
In her new role, Amber Caramella will be responsible for Netrality’s data center revenue generation strategy and execution, including overseeing sales, marketing, strategic alliances and channel partnerships.
Amber Caramella brings vast industry experience, previously holding a variety of sales and leadership roles at Level 3 Communications (now CenturyLink), XO Communications and Allegiance Telecom.
“It’s an exciting time to be joining the Netrality team,” said Amber Caramella. “The organization is well positioned to increase market share and bring incremental value to its growing customer base. I look forward to contributing to its success.”
Interconnected Data Centers
Netrality owns and operates strategic interconnected data centers and meet me rooms (MMRs), providing a mix of colocation, powered shell and wholesale data center solutions driven by fiber-dense, network-rich interconnection environments.
“We are thrilled for Amber to join the Netrality team,” said Gerald Marshall, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Netrality. “Amber’s wealth of industry knowledge is the perfect complement to our C-suite as we venture forward on an aggressive path of growth, both organic and via acquisition.”
Netrality today has six strategic data centers in five markets: 210 North Tucker and 900 Walnut in St. Louis, 1102 Grand in Kansas City, 1301 Fannin in Houston, 401 North Broad in Philadelphia and 717 South Wells in Chicago.