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Space is now available at iConnect Montana's new 47,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art data center facility in Billings, Montana. 1030 Central features the highest industry standards for operating efficiencies, cost controls, security and reliability.

Montana is ideal place to store data, says iConnect executive Andy York

"We have fairly low-cost power, no sales tax and we’re in a 100-year flood plain," he said. "You mix it all up in this neat little soup and we win."

Large enterprises planning more data center builds

"You still need data center capacity, whether or not the economy booms,"

Green Data Centers Are Becoming the Go-To Move for Energy Efficiency – iConnect Montana

iConnect Montana is excited to offer our newest data center http://www.iconnectmontana.com/index.php?pr=WHY_iCONNECT facility in Billings, Montana.

Space is now available at iConnect Montana’s new 47,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art data center facility in Billings, Montana.

iConnect provides the ideal solution for maintaining your critical data operations while freeing up premium resources that can be dedicated to your core business.

State-of-the-Art Data Center Available in Montana – iConnect

iConnect provides the ideal solution for maintaining your critical data operations while freeing up premium resources that can be dedicated to your core business.

TecNet Networking Group Starts in Billings, Montana – Get Involved!

TecNet held, last week, their second gathering, hosted by iConnect, one of Billings’ older technology companies. The gathering drew people from throughout the region, with business owners and employees, and people wanting to be employees, as well as would-be entrepreneurs. “Tech businesses have trouble communicating with each other,” explained Chapman about the purpose of the informal organization.

Cheap power can be magnet for industries

electricity was the key factor that brought the BMW consortium to Moses Lake, instead of Japan (where the raw material for the fiber is made), or Germany, where the fiber will be woven into fabric and then made into car parts and components.

Washington Chooses Data Center Over The Cloud

In weighing their options, business people, IT managers, and government technologists will have to test the commonly held assumption that cloud computing is cheaper. McKinsey & Co. did so and came to the controversial conclusion that cloud computing is twice as expensive as do-it-yourself data centers for wholesale data center operations.

The race to build data centers

Cloud computing (delivering applications and services over the Internet) and utility computing (delivering server capacity on demand over the Internet) are expected to require massive data center capabilities.

iConnect of Montana and Technologent Announce the Introduction of a New Colocation Service in Montana

"This new service was created due to increased demand from customers for more data center space," says Marco Mohajer, Executive Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Professional Services. "Colocation is a cost effective way for customers who don’t want the hassle of operating their own data center or do not have the necessary equipment or resources to host their mission critical IT infrastructure."