LOS ANGELES – Whether your data traverses the globe or between clouds, there is a business and legal barrier. From a business perspective, different cloud providers have competing goals, so the collaboration of clouds is incompatible.

Governments also regulate the flow information for safety and security reasons. As a result, many governments pay meticulous attention to how information is stored and disseminated. This raises the barriers to entry for companies wanting to expand to sensitive locations.

To overcome the barriers to entry, Zenlayer launched a way to connect cloud servers and data centers around the world, which can be deployed in minutes. The new service is called Zenlink and is now available to all cloud service providers.

Zenlayer allows companies to connect clouds with different geographic locations as well as different cloud providers. Zenlayer uses a dedicated connection to reduce latency and increase security between data centers. This preserves transfer reliability and enables pay-per-use.

Before Zenlink was introduced, companies would take weeks to provision their cloud infrastructure, which would incur heavy service fees to maintain. Now companies can connect their clouds instantly and seamlessly with Zenlink.

About Zenlayer
Zenlayer enables companies to quickly deploy and manage their global infrastructure so that they can globalize their business within minutes. Zenlayer provides hosting and software defined networking services, including bare metal servers, SD-WAN, and edge computing. Zenlayer was founded in 2014 and have expanded to 77 data centers across six continents. Zenlayer is headquartered in Los Angeles and Shanghai with offices in Singapore, Beijing, Shenzhen and Hong Kong. At Zenlayer, we believe in powering a better connected world.

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EDISON, N.J. – Data center solution provider Bruns-Pak has created the first East Coast showroom to demonstrate the ServerLIFT line of lifting solutions for data center equipment. Located in Bruns-Pak’s Edison, NJ facility, the showroom currently features the ServerLIFT SL-500X® Powered Lift, designed to lift, move, and install servers and other heavy IT equipment within the narrow confines of server room aisles.

Premier IT equipment and server handling solutions provider, ServerLIFT, and mission-critical data center designer and builder, Bruns-Pak, have been working together since June 2017 on industry thought-leadership initiatives. Their collaboration has resulted in part with the new showroom where guests can visit with Bruns-Pak staff and learn about ServerLIFT solutions, operation, and safety, as well as data center (DC) safety. Visitors can access helpful resources highlighting assisted lifting devices (ALDs) and all of ServerLIFT’s data-center solutions.

Mark Evanko, Principal at Bruns-Pak, explained that the showroom would benefit the customers of both companies by demonstrating their equipment and services, while helping them expand their own professional network and gain access to industry-critical information. “We have customers right here, in New Jersey, who would benefit from seeing these popular server lifts in action,” says Evanko. “It is not safe for the equipment or the data center staff to be removing, transporting, and installing heavy and expensive servers without the help of a motorized server lift such as the SL-500X. Getting hands-on experience with the lifts is going to help them see why these units are a must-have for the more progressive data centers.”

A lot of data center managers are not even aware that there are server lifts created specifically for the data center environment. Evanko stated that by providing ServerLIFT devices in their showroom, Bruns-Pak experts can work with customers in-house. And, with access to ServerLIFT, the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), it can help deal with the constant changes of equipment servers, and racks. Evanko urges data center industry leaders to experience the difference between lifting heavy equipment by hand vs. using a data center- designed lifting device.

Interested company staff and individuals may schedule a showroom visitation and demonstration to test a ServerLIFT for themselves by setting up an appointment with Steve Bashkin, the Sales Director at ServerLIFT Corporation, or Mark S. Evanko at Bruns-Pak. Both company representatives can provide quotes and other information about ServerLIFT’s data center solutions.

The new demo room is located at 999 New Durham Road, Edison, NJ 08817.

About Bruns-Pak
Bruns-Pak specializes in developing corporate, higher education, healthcare, and public sector technology centers. Since 1980 the company has participated in over 6,000 data center projects that encompass consulting, design/engineering, construction management, general construction, and commissioning services. Additional services delivered based on demand in today’s marketplace include data center “hybrid,” IT, network, cybersecurity, migration, SaaS, colocation, cloud, container, relocation, and financing services typically associated with these projects. Bruns-Pak can be reached at 888-704-1400 or

About ServerLIFT
ServerLIFT Corporation was founded in response to a growing demand for a safer and efficient way to handle servers and other IT equipment in the data center. They have forever changed the way IT equipment is handled, creating a competitive advantage for data center managers. ServerLIFT Corporation is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona and is used in 60 countries worldwide. ServerLIFT can be contacted at 602-254-1557 or at

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ST. LOUIS – Connectria, a global cloud service provider and founder of the No Jerks Allowed® movement, today announced the launch of TRIA Multi-Cloud, the only multi-cloud management solution that allows management of Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, VMware, UNIX and IBM iSeries cloud environments from a single dashboard. Included with TRIA Multi-Cloud are Connectria’s advanced managed services that solve the three biggest challenges when running applications in the cloud: Performance; Security/Compliance, and Cost Optimization.

The TRIA Multi-Cloud platform continuously gathers data from multiple cloud resources, identifies changes, creates events, and alerts Connectria’s 24/7 Command Center for intervention. Events are continuously evaluated to be resolved through automation. The result is a DevOps best practice approach to managing Performance, Security/Compliance, and Costs in the cloud.

“We are pleased to announce TRIA Multi-Cloud at re:Invent 2017,” said Rich Waidmann, Connectria’s President and CEO. “Our customers want flexibility in running their systems in the cloud, but with flexibility can come complexity. The TRIA Multi-Cloud platform allows Connectria’s expert staff and our customers to manage complex cloud environments through a single interface to optimize each cloud environment.”

About Connectria
Since 1996, Connectria ( has provided award-winning cloud hosting, remote monitoring and cloud security for more than 1,000 customers in more than 35 countries worldwide. At the core of Connectria is our No Jerks Allowed® company philosophy. As The Jerk Free Company®, we’ve established a unique culture where every employee goes “the extra mile” to take care of our customers. Being The Jerk Free Company® extends beyond our people too. We make it easy to do business with us through flexible terms, scalable solutions and straight-forward pricing to serve the technology needs of large and small organizations alike.

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The public cloud computing giant AWS has announced a new realistic virtualization platform called Amazon Sumerian, that enables developers to easily build and host Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and 3D applications, with optimized coding. The developers can run these apps on smartphones and tablets, head-mounted displays, digital signage, and web browsers. Sumerian includes a library of pre-built objects from AWS including Amazon Lex, Amazon Polly, AWS Lambda, AWS IoT, and Amazon DynamoDB. This library allows developers to drag and drop 3D objects into scenes to create realistic virtual environments, settle them with animated characters, and script those characters how they interact with each other. They can also create and import their own objects, or download and import objects from third-party repositories like Turbosquid or Sketchfab. Amazon Lex and Amazon Polly in Sumerian enable developers with AI capabilities such as automatic speech recognition (ASR), natural…
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NEW YORK, NY – Ubersmith, an INAP (NASDAQ: INAP) company and a global leader in subscription business management software, today launches a worldwide partner program designed to create revenue streams as more and more companies shift to cloud computing with subscription and recurring billing. To lead its partner program, Ubersmith has hired Jeremy Chang as head of business development.

“The time is right for us to formalize our relationships with these companies, so we’ve decided to invest in this global partner initiative as a key step in our next phase of growth,” said Kurt Daniel, president of Ubersmith. “Our goal is simple: Help our partners evolve their offerings to capitalize on usage-based billing opportunities in order to grow their businesses and expand their value to their customers. As head of business development, Jeremy will help us achieve this goal”

The partner program will open doors for technology, services and channel companies to build stronger relationships with their customers, expand their portfolios and boost margins.

“When talking with our existing base of partners, they are all looking for ways to transition their portfolio from support for traditional billing to subscription and recurring billing models that are based on consumption,” said Jeremy Chang, head of business development, Ubersmith. “We’re giving partners what they need to accelerate this transition so that together we are both stronger going to market helping customers with our complementary capabilities.”

Program Details
In the Ubersmith program, partners fall into three groupings: Technology, Services, Channel. Within each of those, there are three levels: Registered, Advanced, Premier. The program enables partners to increase their revenue and profit. In addition, partners will receive: sales and marketing support, including access to Ubersmith sales enablement resources; dedicated tech support; product education; exclusive product access; sales and marketing training; access to Ubersmith’s product and development organizations to influence future product offerings.

GlowTouch Technologies, with 1,200 people worldwide, is one of the Service partners. Vidya Ravichandran, president of GlowTouch said, “We are always adapting our portfolio to changing market dynamics and needs of our customers. As the market continues to move toward consumption-based billing models, Ubersmith, with its subscription business suite and customer customizations is well positioned to take advantage of this. We look forward to deepening our partnership with Ubersmith going forward.”

OnApp, with 3,500 cloud provider customers worldwide, is among the Technology partners. Ditlev Bredahl, CEO of OnApp, said: “With its enterprise-grade billing and customer management capabilities, Ubersmith is a popular choice for telcos and MSPs who build their clouds with OnApp. We’re looking forward to expanding our relationship with Ubersmith, and helping MSPs and telcos deliver the new subscription-based models that will drive their growth in cloud, CDN and other services.”

To see the initial list of partners and to apply for the program, go to

About Ubersmith
Ubersmith is a global leader in subscription business management software for organizations of all sizes. The company’s suite of usage-based billing, quoting, order management, infrastructure management and help desk ticketing solutions is integrated, open and scalable. Hundreds of companies around the world rely on Ubersmith to better serve their customers, better run their businesses, shorten time-to-market and boost overall efficiency.

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