June 22, 2016
January 18, 2016
AlohaNap, fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty’s (1547) premier enterprise data centre in Hawaii, announced that customers at the AlohaNap data centre facility in Kapolei, Hawaii, can now take advantage of Level 3 IP and Fiber Services as well as its Cloud Connect service to connect their data centre infrastructure to over 30 cloud services, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. The service is the latest addition to the AlohaNAP data centre in Kapolei, which opened in early 2015.
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Pacific Business News
December 4, 2015
These days, everyone’s talking about data. But when it comes to accessing and protecting your company’s critical information, do you host your own server, collocate by keeping your server at a secure facility, or operate entirely on a cloud platform? And what’s the difference?
As part of an ongoing Table of Experts discussion series, Pacific Business News brought together two local experts in the digital fields to explore the topic of data centers.
Richard Zheng, President of Servpac, and Robert DeVita, Chief Sales Officer of AlohaNAP, came together on November 24 to discuss the pros and cons of collocation and the cloud, the importance of minimizing digital latency, and Oahu’s future in the trans-Pacific exchange of information.
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September 21, 2015
American data center operator 1547 Critical Systems Realty is set to transform a historic industrial building on the South Side of Chicago into a 100,000 square feet data center.
The Schulze Baking Company warehouse, built in 1914, will undergo extensive renovation to become the Midway Technology Center – most of it occupied by servers.
“We are excited to be entering the Chicago wholesale market as a vital part of the South Side revitalization plan,” said Todd Raymond, CEO and managing partner of 1547.
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Crain’s Chicago Business
September 16, 2015
Plans to turn the historic Schulze Baking plant, a South Side landmark that churned out Butternut bread for decades, into a data center are finally taking off.
A Matawan, N.J.-based data center company, 1547 Critical Systems Realty, is partnering with South Side real estate developer Ghian Foreman to get the project moving. 1547 will provide the capital and data center expertise to pull off the renovation.
It will take about five years and $130 million to convert the 230,000-square-foot bakery at 55th Street and Wabash Avenue. The first phase should be ready within two years, said Todd Raymond, CEO of 1547.
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September 16, 2016
HYDE PARK — Computer servers will replace bread and ovens in a historic bakery left vacant in the Washington Park neighborhood for 11 years.
On Wednesday, 1547 Critical Systems Realty announced it would use almost half of the five-story building at 40 E. Garfield Blvd. for a data center.
“With an initial planned investment of over $130 million, this data center will provide the much needed capacity the Chicago market requires as well as jobs to the area,” said J. Todd Raymond, CEO of 1547.
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As more companies come to rely on the cloud to keep their information safe in a nebulous virtual world, there is sprawling physical growth in Westchester, Rockland and Fairfield counties in the business of maintaining cloud systems.
1547 Critical Systems Realty and Hawaii Pacific Teleport have opened AlohaNAP, a new data center and colocation services provider near Wet ‘N Wild waterpark in Kapolei.
Along with DR Fortress and SystemMetrics, it is one of the few Hawaii businesses offering cloud services, colocation and other IT services.
The newly redesigned AlohaNAP, a data center in Kapolei, Hawaii, is fully operational and accepting tenants. AlohaNAP is a joint venture between fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty and Hawaii Pacific Teleport, an international satellite and fiber-based communications company.