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Phoenix Business Journal
July 10, 2014
Arizona Commerce Authority SelectsElliptical Mobile Solutions for AZ Fast Grant
By Hayley Ringle
Eighteen early-stage technolgoy companies have been selected by the Arizona Commerce Authority for it annual AZ Fast Grant program. The competitive grant program provides qualified Arizona based, early stage tech companies with training and technical assistance to help them commercialize their innovations, grow their business and create quality jobs.
Aviation International News
September 5, 2013
Elliptical Mobile Creates Zero Shock Spinoff
By Kirby J. Harrison
Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS) has launched Zero Shock Seating (ZSS), a spinoff company that is expected to “dramatically improve comfort, safety and overall performance” for various modes of transport, including aviation.
ZSS is a startup company based in Chandler, Ariz., with exclusive rights to negotiate ownership of a patented, semi-active suspension system. The technology substantially eliminates shock experienced by passengers in all vehicles by automatically adapting to both the driver’s body weight and changing levels of shock and vibration.
Market Watch - Wall Street Journal
August 21, 2013
Elliptical Mobile Solutions Introduces R.A.S.E.R. Agility in Row Cooling
Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS) today announced it is introducing a dynamic new Micro-Modular Data Center product line that offers the agility to adapt to ever-changing density requirements in any data center environment both indoors and outdoors.
The R.A.S.E.R. Agility in Row Cooling solution offers flexible densities - from 2.5KW to 80KW per cabinet - with little to no additional engineering or building modifications. Operators can add additional cabinets with scalable densities within the same row without having to worry about how higher density cabinets will impact the rest of the data center.
July 8, 2013
Elliptical Mobile Solutions, LLC Announces Spin-Off of Zero Shock Seating, LLC
CHANDLER, Ariz., July 8, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Elliptical Mobile Solutions LLC, (EMS), today announced that its investors and board of directors have approved to spin-off Zero Shock Seating, LLC (ZSS), a new company that is expected to dramatically improve comfort, safety and overall performance within the automotive, performance racing, trucking, aviation, boating, shipping and defense industries.
Market and Markets
Modular Data Center Market Worth $40.41 Billion by 2018
According to a new market research report, "Modular Data Center Market (Micro Data Center, Data Center Retrofit; Datacenter Cooling Module; Power Module; Data Module; Generator Module]: Global Advancements, Market Forecasts and Analysis (2013 - 2018)", published by MarketsandMarkets, the Modular Data Centers Market is expected to reach $40.41 billion by 2018 at a CAGR of 37.41% from 2013 to 2018.
Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS) is listed as a key player in the report..
Data Center Knoweldge
EMS: Big Data Crunching in a Small Package
By Jason Verge
Space tourism is closer than you think. And as government agencies sort out the safety implications of consumer space flights, they need to crunch a lot of scientific data without building a new supercomputer. Enter the micro-modular data center.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is using a mobile enclosure from Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS) for conducting sensitive research into the safety of space tourism.
FAA Selects Elliptical Mobile Solutions' Data Center for Commercial Space Travel Research
Science fiction enthusiasts' dream of commercial space travel is a little closer to becoming a reality thanks to the R.A.S.E.R. HD Micro-Modular Data Center, designed by Elliptical Mobile Solutions.
Phoenix Business Journal
Elliptical Mobile Solutions Develops Data Center for Space Travel Research
By Hayley Ringle
A Micro-Modular Data Center, designed by Chandler-based Elliptical Mobile Solutions is being used to the Federal Aviation Administration to research radiation exposure in commercial space travel.
The Storage Effect - All Things Storage
Crazy Storage Solutions for Space Travel?
By Dom Daninger, VP of Engineering at Seagate
Nor-tech, a Seagate Cloud Builder Alliance partner is doing some crazy cool things in the world of High Performance Computing (HPC) using our Seagate Enterprise Capacity hard drives and fellow Cloud Builder Alliance partner: Elliptical Mobile Solutions. Check it out:
Cloud News - The Latest on what's Hot in the Cloud
Nor-Tech Facilitates Commercial Space Travel Research
Science fiction enthusiasts have long dreamt of the idea of commercial space flight, but providing tours outside of Earth's atmosphere may be closer to reality than many think. There are a few challenges associated with bringing people to space at such a scale, with one of the core dangers being exposure to radiation. The first step in addressing this problem is doing research so that organizations can fully understand the risks and communicate them to commuters. The Federal Aviation Administration needed a high-performance computing solution to conduct its studies, which placed emphasis on reliability, security and storage capacity. The FAA turned to Nor-Tech, a Seagate Cloud Builder Alliance partner, to develop technology for its research.
5 Data Center Trends for 2013
By Charles Babcock
Energy efficiency will continue to be a major focus of data center operations over the coming year, but that's not all we'll see...
Rise Of The Port-A-Data-Center
Speaking of Hurricane Sandy, another alternative type of data center (developed by Elliptical Mobile Solutions) located in Dulles, Va., bore the brunt of Sandy's impact without going down...
"We experienced no hardware issues or alerts from our network operations center, nor did we find any issues with the unit leaking," said Scot Killian, senior technology director of data center services at AOL in a report by Data Center Knowledge on Nov. 28.
Data Center Knowledge
AOL's Outdoor Micro Data Centers Weather Sandy
By Rich Miller
AOL’s outdoor servers performed flawlessly during SuperStorm Sandy, demonstrating the durability of the company’s new micro-data center, the company said this week.
The storm marked the first serious test of AOL’s new unmanned data centers, which are part of the company’s ambitious plan to reshape its infrastructure. The first unit entered production in July on a concrete slab outside an AOL data center in Dulles, Virginia. Although conditions in Virginia were nowhere near the severity of the storm’s impact further north in New Jersey and New York, Sandy brought heavy wind and tropical storm force winds to the area.
....“The R.A.S.E.R. DX performed wonderfully through Hurricane Sandy,” said Scott Killian, Senior Tech Director, Data Center Services at AOL. “We experienced no hardware issues or alerts from our NOC, nor did we find any issues with the unit leaking.”
AOL's Outdoor Micro Data Center, Designed by Elliptical Mobile Solutions Withstands Sandy
As Hurricane Sandy rolled into the Eastern Seaboard, Elliptical Mobile Solutions' R.A.S.E.R. DX, purchased by AOL, sat on a concrete slab outside its data center in Dulles, VA, running at full production, impervious to the incredible wind, tumultuous rain, and storm related damage everywhere.
While the conditions in Dulles were nowhere near the severity of the conditions that impacted New Jersey and New York, problems experienced by data centers there could have been mitigated or completely eliminated using Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS) Micro-Modular Data Center platform....
"We've created a mobile data center that stands up to the stress of the outdoors and delivers high performance at the same time,” said Tony Cole, CEO of EMS. “Our Micro-Modular Data Centers offer the most viable and versatile solution on the market today."
CSIAC - HPC news for supercomputing professionals
AOL Moves Micro Data Centers (MDCs) Powered by Penguin Computing Into Production
AOL, Inc. and Penguin Computing today announced that AOL has successfully moved its first outside Micro Data Center (MDC) into production. The system currently handles about 20% of the traffic to AOL’s main website www.aol.com. AOL’s MDCs are small ‘Data Centers in a Box’. There are two MDC versions: one for outdoor, one for indoor use. Each MDC unit is self sufficient and includes high density servers and storage nodes from Penguin Computing’s Relion product line as well as PDU’s, switches, load balancers and external hookups for power and networking. The outdoor MDC is housed in a ruggedized 42U rack-size enclosure provided by Elliptical Mobile Solutions that is NEMA 3 rated and protects against fire, water, humidity and vandalism. It is cooled by a direct expansion cooling module integrated with the enclosure, and has an option for using air-side economization.
On Micro Datacenters, Sandy, Supercomputing 2012, and Coding for Containerized Data Centers
By Mike Manos, CTO of AOL
....I As I mentioned before, Super Storm Sandy threw us another curveball as the hurricane crashed into the Mid-Atlantic. While Virginia was not hit anywhere near as hard as New York and New Jersey, there were incredible sustained winds, tumultuous rains, and storm related damage everywhere. Through it all, our outdoor version of the MDC weathered the storm just fine and continued serving traffic for AOL.com without fail.
The Storage Effect - All Things Storage
Spoke too soon - AOL wants Data Centers to be smaller too
By Mark Wojtasiak, Senior Manager, Product Marketing, Seagate
Yesterday, I posted, “Computers are getting smaller, but data centers are getting bigger.” Perhaps, I spoke too soon given AOL’s recent blog that has garnered much attention in the cloud space... think about the capabilities of moving cloud compute capabilities even closer to the edge. Having your compute and storage resources closer to your business without being inside your business could be a game changer. Of course, you would want to ensure some level of disaster recovery or data center mirroring to ensure an act of nature does not take out your building and your data center…that would defeat one of the principle values of moving your compute and storage off premise. But, the game changing element of smaller data centers is obvious: mobility. Just like tablets and smartphones, the opportunity to utilize data center resources anywhere, anytime, and for any purpose is appealing. And it may just open up even more new business opportunities like ‘Community-in-a-box’ as suggested in the GigaOM post. The opportunities could be endless
Meet the Company Buiding AOL's Micro Data Centers
By Derrick Harris
Elliptical Mobile Solutions is hardly a household name in the data center world, but don’t bet against it becoming one. The Chandler, Ariz.-based company that started inside a founder’s garage builds one of the world’s smallest data centers and has already secured some big-name customers including,most famously, AOL. While bigger data centers seem to be better for webscale companies such as Google and Facebook, many are happy to grow on a lot smaller scale — about 105 cubic feet at a time.lar and mobile space to provide fast growth.
Loose Bolts, Thoughts on Cloud Computing, Infrastructure at Scale, and Data Centers
AOL's Data Center Independence Day
By Mike Manos, CTO of AOL
....The Micro Data Center strategy built out with the latest, our most dense server standards and infrastructure would allow us to have 5X the amount of total TCC in less than 10% of the cost and physical footprint. If you think about how this will allow us to aggregate and grow over time it ultimately drives us to a VERY LOW operational cost structure for delivering our products and services. Additionally it positions us for the future in very significant ways.
- It redefines software architecture for greater resiliency
- It allows us an incredibly flexible platform for driving and addressing privacy laws, regulatory oversight, and other such concerns allowing us to respond rapidly.
- It further reduces energy consumption and carbon footprint emissions (important as taxation evolves around the world, as well as ongoing operational costs)
- Gives us the ability to drive Edge Computing delivery to potentially bypass CDNs for certain content.
- Gives us the capability to drive ‘Community-in-a-box’ whereby we can quickly launch new products in markets, quickly expand existing footprints like Patch in a low cost, but still hyper-local platform, allow the Huffington Post a platform to rapidly partner and enter new markets with minimal cost turn ups.
- The fact that the technology mix in our SKUs is comprised of compute, storage, and network capacity maximizes the amount of products and services we can deploy to it.
Phoenix Business Journal
Data Center Industry is Going Mobile - Two Valley companies leading the pack: IO and Elliptical Mobile
By Patrick O'Grady
Phoenix’s niche in the data center market is expanding as two regionally based companies eye the modular and mobile space to provide fast growth.
Elliptical Mobile Solutions LLC is targeting a smaller business market with several modular products, and IO is developing products aimed at larger users that want to keep their data close, but still want room to grow.
“It’s kind of our vision that within the long term, whether that’s five or 10 years, all the data centers being installed have some form of modular equipment,” said Bill Stockwell, CEO of Chandler-based Elliptical.
Data Center Knowledge
Hot Water? Three Projects Making it Work.
By Rich Miller
....Recent testing found that Elliptical Mobile’s newest enclosure can cool high-density loads using water in a range of 65 degrees all the way up to 85 degrees. The R.A.S.E.R. HD is a 42U enclosure designed to handle IT loads from 20 kW to 80 kW.
The testing was conducted at the United Metal Products facility in Tempe, Arizona, with the enclosures placed outdoors on a 100-degree day. The testing used a 23kW load bank to simulate IT loads, and found the unit was able to maintain a server inlet temperature around 85 degrees after the water temperature was raised to 85 degrees.
The cooling system for R.A.S.E.R. HD consists of an air loop and a water loop. The fans of the cooling unit draw warm air from the rear section of the cabinet and into an air/water heat exchanger. The air is cooled and then blown into the front area of the cabinet. Inside the air/water heat exchanger, the heat energy of the warm air is transferred to the medium of water. The heat exchanger is connected to an external reciprocal chiller unit, where the water is cooled again.
In this video, Scott Good of gkworks provides an overview of the testing and a closer look at the enclosures in action
San Francisco Chronicle
Elliptical Mobile Solutions Accepted Into Con Edison's Market Partner Network for Energy Efficiency Program
Elliptical Mobile Solutions, the global leader in energy efficient, cost-effective Micro-Modular Data Centers announced it was recently accepted as a Market Partner for the Con Edison Commercial and Industrial (C&I) Energy Efficiency Program. The plan provides cash rebates and incentives to encourage companies to reduce energy consumption."
Leading Analyst Firm Research Identifies Elliptical Mobile Solutions Among the Key Players in Modular Data Center Market
A recent report, by Gartner Research Vice President Jeff Hewitt, identified Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS) as a key player in today's modular data center market.
The report, titled "Competitive Landscape -- Modular Data Center Solutions," published on March 23rd said, "A number of competitors offer noncontainer modular data center solutions to provide increased installation, power, and cooling efficiencies for data center infrastructure."
"We are pleased that Gartner recognized our solutions within the modular data center market," said Tony Cole, Vice President of North American Sales at EMS. "Having affirmation from the world's leading information technology research and advisory company is exciting and we believe provides confirmation that our products are viable solutions for many different client use cases."
San Francisco Chronicle
EMS Brings Standardization Process to the Data Center Industry
A recent white paper written by Director of Critical Facilities Scott Good of GKK works said Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS) is driving data center designs in a manner that is equal to the standardization process that Henry Ford introduced to the car manufacturing industry in the 1920s. Good wrote the white paper after completing secondary alpha testing on EMS' newest rack-level, container based data center, the R.A.S.E.R. HD.
Good noted that the data center industry has always been reactive to the needs of IT. "Designs today are developed to make space readily available ahead of the business need and at a great expense to any one industry."
With the R.A.S.E.R. HD, "developing entire data center solutions can now be packaged into standardized deliverable systems. These systems are coupled together on site and brought online, pre commissioned, and burned in from a software readiness standpoint."
Data Center Knowledge
Micro-Modules Use Warm Water for Cooling
By Rich Miler
As modular data center solutions have emerged as a viable deployment model, most vendors have continued to offer 20-foot and 40-foot enclosures, sticking with the ISO-standard sizes used in the early container models from Sun Microsystems and Google.
Elliptical Mobile Systems (EMS) has pursued a different course, specializing in “Micro Modular Data Centers,” smaller enclosures that can house a single rack of IT equipment and a heat exchanger. In early testing, the company’s latest model, the R.A.S.E.R. HD, has shown the ability to cool IT equipment using warm water – a capability that offers major energy efficiency gains.
R.A.S.E.R. HD modular data center unit from Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS) is capable of maintaining very low values – 1.03 or better – for power usage effectiveness (PUE), according to recently released test results, the company reported.
Elliptical's R.A.S.E.R. HD May Achieve PUE of 1.03
The R.A.S.E.R. HD modular data center unit from Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS) is capable of maintaining very low values – 1.03 or better – for power usage effectiveness (PUE), according to recently released test results, the company reported.
Mission Critical Magazine
Gkk Works Alpha White Paper Validating R.A.S.E.R. HD Closed Loop Cooling Methodology
The R.A.S.E.R. HD is a third product in a line of units created by Elliptical Mobile Solutions over the past few years. This unit uses closed loop heat rejection that close couples rejection of heat from the server source using a low flow, low power fan, coil, and exchanger developed and manufactured by a company called Schroff which is part of the Pentair Corporation.
UK Based Daxten Becomes Value Added Reseller for Mobile Micro-Data Centres from Elliptical Mobile Solutions
Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS), the innovative vendor and market leader for micro-modular data centres, today announced it has signed a Sales Representation and Reseller agreement with UK-based Daxten for the European, Middle Eastern, and African (EMEA) markets.
This agreement is mutually significant as EMS expands its international footprint and Daxten expands its portfolio offering of comprehensive data centre infrastructure solutions. With immediate effect, Daxten offers the stand-alone micro-modular data centres of the EMS R.A.S.E.R., R.A.S.E.R. HD and C3-S.P.E.A.R. For the first time the technology allows data centre carriers to plan and extend their infrastructure “on demand” with an even smaller form factor than was previously offered by containerised data centres.
Phoenix Business Journal
Data Centers See Potential in Federal, Local Government Work
Data center operators are seeing a big potential market for their services in federal and local governments despite spending cutbacks at all levels, including some information warehouse closures.
Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal
Wave2Wave Solution Corp. Wants Data Center Users to Get Off the Rack
David Wang, president of Wave2Wave Solution Corp., has an ambitious goal. He wants to grow his company from about $10 million in annual revenue to $100 million within five years. A key to that plan is to expand from Wave2Wave’s traditional focus on high-end networking cables and cable organization products to an entirely new product category — portable, modular containers for networking equipment. They are essentially a full data center in a self-contained, weatherproof box that can be placed anywhere from a closet to a parking lot.
Mission Critical Magazine
Tier 1 Research Finds R.A.S.E.R. HD Fills High Density Needs of Colocation Providers
Tier 1 Research, a leading authority for independent data center research and analysis, recently reported that Elliptical Mobile Solutions’ new R.A.S.E.R. HD provides a unique solution for the multi-tenant data center and military markets.
Tier 1 Research (T1R), a division of The 451 Group, provides unique analysis of the hosting, managed services, third-party datacenter and Internet infrastructure sectors.
The report, written by Jason Schafer, data center senior analyst, and Michael Levy, research associate, said the product has “carved out a specific niche for itself in the modular market that will help it survive the modular battleground.”
San Jose Mercury Times
Industry Expert Scott Good Sees EMS R.A.S.E.R. HD as "Best New Innovation" for Data Centers
In a recent webinar for Mission Critical Magazine, data center industry expert Scott Good praised Elliptical Mobile Solutions' new R.A.S.E.R. HD for being the highest density, most energy-efficient, mobile, rack level enclosure on the market today.
"EMS took a lot of things into consideration in terms of density, heat and cooling and came up with a pretty slick solution," Good said.
TMC Net Info Tech
EMS Plans to Develop 20 to 80 kW R.A.S.E.R. HD Micro-Modular Data
By Jai C.S., TMC Net Contributor
Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS), an enabler of Micro-Modular Data Centers, revealed that it is building its next generation Micro-Modular Data Center, the R.A.S.E.R. HD, capable of offering IT loads up to 80 kW, as well as a power usage effectiveness level (PUE) of 1.1.
EDI Case Study Finds R.A.S.E.R. Data Center Saves Money, Space and Time
The professional consulting and design firm recently contracted by eBay to design its Phoenix Mercury Data Center has published a case study, comparing a traditional healthcare data center design to one based on Elliptical Mobile Solutions' R.A.S.E.R. Micro-Modular Data Centers. EDI Ltd., which specializes in building security, audiovisual systems, data center design and communications network technology also has extensive experience in building healthcare data centers.
Elliptical Mobile Solutions Joins HP AllianceOne Partner Program
Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS) today announced that it is joining the HP AllianceONE partner program as a Select level partner. The AllianceONE program provides hardware and software vendors, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), systems integrators and service providers with the tools and resources they need to more effectively address clients' needs. Through this program EMS is working with HP to deliver a flexible turnkey solution that allows customers to deploy data center applications in a nontraditional data center infrastructure.
Tech Week Europe
Micro-Modular Data Centres Roll Into Britain
By Peter Judge
Fully-enclosed racks could roll in to take the place of data centres, says Elliptical Mobile Systems
While modular data centres based on shipping containers are appearing, self-contained rack-sized modules are rolling into the UK – some of them moving under their own power.
The Raser* and Spear*units from Elliptical Mobile Solutions are self-contained modules, each built around a single rack and containing its own cooling and power management, so it can replace the infrastructure of a data centre with a unit that can be parked in any warehouse building.
EMS, CTI and NETCOM to Launch Micro-Modular Data Centers in Israel
Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS) today announced it will launch its Micro-Modular Data Centers™ in Israel together with Channel Partner Computech International (CTI) and communications integrator NETCOM. The companies will jointly showcase EMS's R.A.S.E.R. at "Data Center 2011", Israel's leading information technology conference and exhibition January 20th at the Avenue Conference Center in Airport City, Israel. EMS Co-founder and Chief Technology Evangelist Simon Rohrich will be a guest speaker, discussing the topic of Micro-Modular Data Centers.
San Jose Mercury News
EMS Unveils New Ruggedized Micro-Modular Data Center
The increasing demand for outdoor computing resources in remote locations of the world has led Elliptical Mobile Solutions to introduce a more ruggedized version of its C3-S.P.E.A.R. Micro-Modular Data Center. The C3-S.P.E.A.R. Rugged Terrain, dubbed C3RT, provides tremendous versatility, reliability and durability in a 24U form factor…
Data Center Pulse
The eBay Modular Data Center Finalists Announced
Elliptical Mobile Solutions was selected to participate in eBay's Phoenix Data Center RFP
Arizona Technology Council
Finalists and Individual Winners Announced for Arizona Technology Council’s 2010 Governor’s Celebration of Innovation
Award Finalist: Innovator of the Year - Start-Up Company: Elliptical Mobile Solutions…
Maikuromojura and data center, or something like?
Nakata Atsushi of “Nikkei Computer” Interviews Elliptical Mobile Solutions’ Senior V.P. of International Sales, Don Kennedy
GreenIT Innovations: Micro-Modular Data Centers
What do you get when you cross a server rack with a Cadillac? How about with a tank?
I found out when I had the opportunity to talk to Simon Rohrich, Co-founder of Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS), about their unique approach to next generation data center technology.
Smart Data Center Editorial
Custom Storage Partners with Elliptical Mobile Solutions to Deliver Micro-Modular Data Center Solutions
Custom Storage, a leading provider of data storage solutions that protect and manage organizations’ mission-critical data, today announced a strategic relationship with Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS) to deliver its cost-effective, energy efficient and flexible data centers to Custom Storage clients.
Express Intelligence Enterprise
EMSTakes Complexity Out of Data Center Puzzle
Don Kennedy, Senior Vice President of International Sales, EMS, discussed the focus of Micro-Modular Data Centers in India and their core area of operations with reporter Rajendra Chaudharytical
Vietnam Business and Economy News
US firm supports Vietnam’s testing micro-modular data centre
US company Dot VN Inc. and Vietnam Internet Network Information Centre (VNNIC) have signed a memorandum of understanding to conduct a testing micro-modular data‘ (EMS) C3-SPEAR Micro-Modular Data Centre equipment at VNNIC’s primary Internet data centre in Hanoi.
EMS Names Tony Cole VP of North American Sales
Elliptical Mobile Solutions, the Global Leaders in Micro-Modular Data Centers, announced today, that Tony Cole has accepted the position of vice president of North American Sales.
Data Center Alliance Launches its First Event!
The Data Center Alliance (DCA) today announced the launch of its first event in Silicon Valley to introduce new developments and best practices for data center efficiency...The Data Center Alliance event is sponsored by Digi International, Elliptical Mobile Solutions, Minicom, PDI, and Wright Line
Data Center-in-a-Box Launched in India!
Elliptical Mobile Solutions teams with Delhi-based Grassroots Channels, to bring its micro-modular climate controlled, self-propelled electronic racks to India.
Elliptical Mobile’s R.A.S.E.R. Enclosure
The R.A.S.E.R. has been named a finalist in this week’s “Best of Interop” infrastructure category.
Elliptical Mobile Solutions Joins the Data Center Alliance
Minicom Advanced Systems, a leading developer of IT & KVM remote access and management solutions, welcomes Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS), a provider of high-tech enclosures for the mobilization, operation, environmental protection, and security of electronic equipment to the Data Center Alliance.
EMS Appoints Don E. Kennedy as Senior VP International Sales
CHANDLER, Ariz., Feb. 22, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Elliptical Mobile Solutions, the leader in Micro-Modular Data Centers™, today announced that Don E. Kennedy has accepted the position of Senior Vice President of International Sales.
Kennedy will lead the company's global sales efforts, including markets in Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America, all of which are seeing significant growth in information technology (IT).
Fox Business News
Dot VN, Inc. Announces Success of Recent EMS Mobile Data Center Product Launch at Major Conference Co-Sponsored With VNNIC in Hanoi, Vietnam
The success of a conference held recently to officially launch the EMS product line of mobile data centers. The conference served as an introduction of the Tier III and in some cases Tier IV mobile data centers, which are now available for sale exclusively through Dot VN for the first time to customers in business, government, education, health care, banking and other industries throughout Vietnam and non-exclusively throughout Asia.
East Valley Tribune
Chandler firm's IT idea could yield millions
An idea that started in a garage five years ago has led a group of Chandler entrepreneurs to Hanoi, Vietnam, in hopes of landing what could be millions of dollars in sales of mobile data centers
TMC.Net World News
Fourth Patent for Ground breaking Technology Granted to Elliptical Mobile Solutions
CHANDLER, Ariz., Jan. 4, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS), the world leader in the development of micro-modular data centers, today announced the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted the company its fourth patent.
National Defense Magazine
PC Bunker on Wheels
Public safety agencies in Avondale, Ariz., store a backup of all of their computer data inside one 5-foot-tall box that can withstand fire, rain and shock
Phoenix Business Journal
Thinking inside the box leads to Valley mobile data business By Patrick O'Grady
Elliptical Mobile Solutions LLC is positioning electronic data to be as indestructible as possible and completely mobile…
The Data Center Journal "Data Center in a box for SMB's"
Data Center in a box for SMB's
This new self contained mini-data center is essentially a rack on wheels that is self propelled to any location where power and a network connection are available.
All Patent Claims Granted Docket #E0001-C4
The sooner the government can help, the more people will be saved. How would you like it if the prep time for a command center is cut down to minutes and operation in extreme conditions? The people at Elliptical Mobile Solutions® manufacture a product that makes it possible. Simon Rohrich, co-creator of S.P.E.A.R. (Supports Enterprise Class Computing), has created a command center that is made of recyclable material, takes up less space and energy and more importantly, be on site in hours.
Elliptical Mobile Solutions®(TM) was featured in WAVELENGTH Magazine
Discovery Channel's "Smash Lab"
The S.P.E.A.R. was filmed for the "Forest Fire" episode of the Discovery Channel's show, " Smash Lab".