NYI, a global provider of managed hybrid IT solutions, has joined the Independent Data Center Alliance (IND-DCA), an industry-led group of single-digit data center operators with a mission of advancing the market presence of independent data center operators.
The Independent Data Center Alliance is an industry-led group of single-digit data center operators who collectively offer global data center solutions. The Alliance provides members access to research and information, increased market reach, participation at conferences, events and shared initiatives that educate and raise awareness about the benefits of working with independent data center operators.
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“NYI is a leader in providing custom colocation, cloud, bare metal and disaster recovery solutions to customers, along with critical professional and managed services,” said Phil Koblence, COO, NYI. “By joining the Independent Data Center Alliance, we’re gaining access to highly beneficial joint go-to-market initiatives that give us a leg up in the highly competitive IT and data center sphere. We’re excited to be joining this consortium of leading entities and adding our services and capabilities to the growing roster.”
By becoming a member of the IND-DCA, NYI would align its capabilities and market presence to more effectively provide and promote its flexible integrated hybrid IT solutions and strategic partnerships in key markets across the United States.
“We’re thrilled to be welcoming NYI, a company offering deep expertise, integrity and world-class service, to the alliance,” said Ilissa Miller, founder of the Independent Data Center Alliance. “We are dedicated to empowering our members, enabling them to leverage greater opportunities to reach new buyers, establish greater brand recognition and more. NYI is sure to add to the combined strength of our greater alliance.”
The founding companies, Bluebird Underground Data Center, Colocation Northwest, DataGryd and European colocation data center operator maincubes, formed the Alliance in 2019 to provide data center buyers alternative and diverse data center solutions as a unified group.