As the world continues to reel in the wake of the global COVID-19 pandemic, Hawaiian data center DRFortress is working around the clock to provide uninterrupted mission-critical technology to support the emergency communication infrastructure of Hawaii and the Pacific.
Today, DRFortess announced the addition of Hawaiian business leader Eric Yeaman to its Board of Directors. Yeaman, the Founder and Managing Partner of Hoku Capital LLC, joins the board with more than 20 years of telecommunications and financial executive leadership experience. He will help steer DRFortress’ strategic growth and expansion of best-in-class data center, colocation and cloud service offerings for Hawaii businesses.
“DRFortress is proud to welcome Eric to our Board,” states Fred Rodi, President and Founder of DRFortress. “His expertise and leadership will be invaluable as we grow our company and transform Hawaii into the largest digital hub for colocation, neutral telecommunication connectivity and cloud computing services in the Pacific.”
”DRFortress provides truly essential infrastructure and related services to the State of Hawaii and I am excited to be able to join the team, together with GI Partners, to support the continued development and delivery of world-class technology solutions to local and global businesses serving Hawaii,” comments Yeaman.
As the largest carrier-neutral data center and cloud marketplace operating in Hawaii, the company has been meeting the data center needs of Hawaii’s enterprises, content companies, system integrators, carriers, wireless service providers, cable companies and ISPs for 14 years. Earlier this year, DRFortess received a significant equity investment from GI Partners which will allow the company to continue its growth initiatives to provide customers customized high-end, resilient, reliable, environmental-friendly, next-generation solutions.
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