Company officials who receive assistance and advice at a new business incubator at the University of Wyoming will have a super state-of-the-art information technology center at their disposal.
The business incubator, set to open in the fall, has high-speed broadnet and redundant backups to ensure that the computer server always is up, said Jonathan Benson, the chief executive officer of the Wyoming Technology Business Center. For example, the incubator will have two air conditioning units and two generators. If one fails, the second unit kicks in automatically to keep the data center humming.
By JOAN BARRON
Star-Tribune capital bureau
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