Lam Cloud to hold Open House on November 14 to unveil 495,000 sf Cranbury Workplace Recovery/Technology Campus

Tom Paine

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Lam Cloud's Cranbury Workplace Recovery/Technology Center /Courtesy Lam Cloud

Cranbury, NJ-based Lam Cloud Solutions says it has created has created the largest Workplace Recovery Center in the Northeast United States, with a 495,000 square foot facility in Cranbury that can accommodate up to 275,000 square feet of scalable Colocation and enterprise data center space, provides 3,000 Workplace Recovery seats, scalable Colocation and enterprise data center space,as well as technology campus and conference space. Lam Cloud Management LLC, signed a 25-year lease for the facility earlier this year, which was previously occupied by Aetna.

Although the facility has been open since February, Lam Cloud will be having its official public unveiling with an Open House on Thursday, November 14th from 2 PM - 5 PM. at 1 Farr View Drive in Cranbury.

The privately funded company was founded in 2010 by Larry Lam, whose background was in architecture. His work on data center projects convinced him that a knowledge gap existed between consumers and providers of data center services, and Lam Cloud was started to address that gap by providing more than just space and physical objects.

The Open House will feature special guest speaker Andrew Blum, author of ‘Tubes: A Journey to the Center of the Internet’, who will present on the ‘Grass-Fed Internet’, highlighting the Internet’s reach, vulnerability and utter dependence on the integrity, purpose and competence of the networks’ owners and operators. Other speakers will be Lam partners Marvin Wainschel, Founder and CEO of McWains Chelsea, Inc., and Paul Sullivan, VP and General Manager of Agility Recovery Services.

You can click here for more details on the event and free registration.

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