AtNetPlus, Inc. Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Draws Large Crowd

AtNetPlus, Inc. Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Draws Large Crowd

Community Leaders, Clients, and Guests Celebrate Opening of the New Data Center

A larger than expected crowd gathered at leading Information Technology firm, AtNetPlus, Inc to celebrate the grand opening of their new offices. Stow Mayor, Karen Fritschel welcomed the ten year old business to town and conducted the ribbon cutting ceremony. The company recently moved to the new location to accommodate steady growth and to provide clients with the latest data center technology.

The facility was designed to ensure that client networks are always connected, secure and working. It features redundant connectivity to the Internet, biometric security, dedicated climate control, and backup power protection.

Partner Jay Mellon said, “Over the last couple of years it had become more and more apparent that to meet the concerns and expectations of our clients we needed a state-of-the-art data center that was completely managed by our own technicians.” Mellon added, “Since we are no longer dependent on other companies to provide this technology we have more flexibility and can customize solutions to fit the needs of each of our customers.” “The City of Stow and the Economic Development Department were instrumental in our decision to locate here,” concluded Mellon.

Chuck Wiedie, Stow’s Economic Development Coordinator said, “We are extremely pleased that AtNetPlus has chosen Stow as the location for their state-of-the-art data center. It is exciting to be home to a company who can offer so many cutting-edge technologies to companies that might not otherwise be able to access them.”

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