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Continuing on its trend as the leader in Compliant Cloud hosting for GxP regulated entities, ByteGrid has been shortlisted by Gartner in its latest Hype Cycle report. As a vendor offering GxP Cloud solutions compliant with FDA Part 11 as well as the ISO requirement for medical device Quality Management Systems - ISO 13485:2016, ByteGrid offers one of the world’s largest validated clouds which enables our customers to deploy their systems on our enterprise class platform.

Within the report, Gartner states that the Life Sciences industry should be careful “to partner only with companies that are transparent, open for audits, and committed to compliance and security.” It goes on to say; “Choosing partners that have expertise in previous deployments, or integration across the life science industry or in a heavily regulated environment, is required for building credibility with internal stakeholders.” ByteGrid exceeds the recommendations made.

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Following its acquisition of Sidus Biodata at the beginning of the year, ByteGrid is looking to stand out with healthcare compliance as a cloud service.

ByteGrid is a major MTDC provider with nine facilities in five states: Maryland, Georgia, Illinois, Ohio and Washington. It operates 750,000 square feet and has a mix of MTDC, wholesale, managed infrastructure and the cloud, as well as disaster recovery and backup services. Following its acquisition in early 2015 of managed services and software firm Sidus BioData, it took up a stake in the highly regulated sectors of healthcare and life sciences compliance services.

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By Marcia Pledger, The Plain Dealer
on June 11, 2015 at 12:10 PM, updated June 12, 2015 at 7:08 AM

CLEVELAND, Ohio – ByteGrid, a national data storage company, celebrates a grand opening today that business leaders and members of the technology community say is another catalyst for economic development.

Data centers generally have few employees, so they create little traffic. And unlike residential development, they don't require new spending on schools, parks and libraries. But they pump in millions of dollars in annual tax revenue and spark economic growth.

In January, ByteGrid secured tax credits for $100 million in expected investments. A change in state tax law allows ByteGrid to share those tax credits with its tenants, introducing the concept of wholesale data centers to Ohio.

ByteGrid expects its downtown data center - the largest of its kind in the state - to appeal to corporations, hospital systems and institutions with large amounts of data to sort and store. Cities such as Chattanooga, Austin, and Kansas City are seeing revitalization due to advanced utilities like high-speed networks.

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By David Sharos
Aurora Beacon-News

Protecting computer data and consumer information from hackers was the focus of a panel discussion Tuesday in Aurora.

The event, hosted by U.S. Rep. Bill Foster (D-Naperville), included a panel of representatives from the Federal Trade Commission, the Computing Technology Industry Association, ByteGrid, the KCT Credit Union, Waubonsee Community College and the federal Homeland Security Department.

"We've worked with the congressman before and his help has been tremendous," Bill Winsininski, vice president and general manager of ByteGrid said. ByteGrid is a national technology company with a location in Aurora. "We reached out about a month ago in hopes of getting this organized and we try to offer something every month where we can provide a learning environment where people can engage locally, statewide and nationally about how cyber security impacts us."

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BY JASON VERGE ON JUNE 8, 2015
http://www.datacenterknowledge.com

ByteGrid has commissioned 45,000 square feet of new data center space and 4 megawatts of power in a technology center in downtown Cleveland.

ByteGrid acquired the Cleveland Technology Center in 2013, following news it had secured a $100 million credit facility. The CTC is a 330,000-square-foot data center property sitting atop one of the larger fiber points of presence sites in Ohio. Acting as a carrier hotel in the region, the CTC was half leased at the time of acquisition.

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