Inaugural Event to Introduce Host in Ireland and Amplify Ireland as an Ideal Location for Hosting U.S. Digital Assets DUBLIN, IRELAND - April 29, 2014 – Host in Ireland, an industry-led initiative to promote Ireland as an optimum location to host digital assets, announces its official launch event at the Irish Consulate in New York City, located at the Ireland House at 345 Park Avenue, 17th Floor. The event, taking place Monday, May 19, 2014 from 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM, will mark the official launch of Host in Ireland. Serving as a collaborative partner for global organizations, a liaison into Ireland’s governmental policy and networking partner for business opportunities, Host in Ireland offers timely and accurate information relating to Ireland’s digital asset hosting ecosystem. Alongside its sponsors: Citadel100, Interxion, Dataplex, Viatel, Digital Realty, TelecityGroup, INEX, GeoNetworks, Hibernia Networks, CBRE/Norland and Comsys, Host in Ireland will leverage this inaugural event as an introduction to educate the U.S. market about digital asset hosting opportunities in Ireland. The event will include an introduction of industry research by 451 Research about why Ireland is the optimum location for digital asset hosting as well as a discussion on why leading U.S. digital asset companies have invested in Ireland by Host in Ireland’s President, Garry Connolly. Host in Ireland is sustained by five key benefits sought by companies needing to host their valuable digital assets: policy, people, pedigree, pipes and power. The combination of these benefits: affordable power and renewable energy; ample connectivity to Europe and America; redundant network and bandwidth capacity; mature, local data center market made up of leading Ireland, U.S., UK and European brands; tax benefits; talented workforce; and an attractive, pro-business structure implemented by Ireland, validates why leading U.S. companies have called Ireland the home of their digital assets for over five decades. “We are excited to introduce Host in Ireland as the industry authority on digital asset hosting in Ireland,” says Garry Connolly, President of Host in Ireland. “An established stronghold for Europe’s data communication assets, Ireland combines a reputation for quality services with optimal power, pipes, people, pedigree and policy – proving time and time again that it is the optimum setting for digital asset hosting. Host in Ireland serves as a conduit of information for companies to gain clarity on why Ireland is best for them to create a lasting digital footprint in this global market.” To RSVP for the Host in Ireland launch event, click here. To learn more about Host in Ireland, visit www.hostinireland.com. # # # About Host in Ireland Host in Ireland is an industry-led marketing initiative that provides timely and accurate information on the Ireland’s Digital Asset Hosting Ecosystem at all times including demonstrating why Ireland is more cost effective, efficient, reliable, secure and accessible than most other regions across the EU. There's a reason companies like Microsoft, Zendesk, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Adobe and beyond have sought to host their solutions in as well as to/from Ireland. Many of these reasons are immediately realized due to access to affordable power, redundant network and bandwidth capacity along with a variety of data center providers that offer an array of services sustained by the 5 Ps: Policy, People, Pedigree, Pipes, and Power. On top of that is a very attractive business management structure, implemented by Ireland, which is keenly interested to bring new businesses into the market. Ireland supports this initiative through attractive fiscal structures, access to a skilled workforce and full support of the U.S. Safe Harbor and Patriot Acts - ensuring data asset compliance for companies large and small. For more information about Host in Ireland, visit www.hostinireland.com. Media Inquiries: Ilissa Miller iMiller Public Relations for Host in Ireland Tel: +1 866 307 2510 firstname.lastname@example.org
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