AUSTIN, TX. – OnRamp Access, a data center services provider headquartered in Austin, Texas announced today its sponsorship of the upcoming Texas Technology Summit in Houston, April 17th, 2013. OnRamp will showcase its colocation, managed hosting, private clouds, disaster recovery and high security hosting offerings in exhibition at Booth #215. The conference and exhibition will center around the question: “What is the IT landscape going to look like in 5 years?” and will focus on topics including: Mobility, Hardware Refreshes, Apps, Cloud & Automation, SaaS, the Evolving IT Staff, and Security.
In response to the Texas Technology Summit’s central question, OnRamp’s Founder, Chad Kissinger, remarked “in the next five years, we anticipate the IT landscape will change in a number of ways. A stand out feature will likely involve a new model we are already starting to see; the integration of self-hosted and cloud-delivered software and applications to create a blend of services. This will not only impact the business environment, but will create an even greater need for partnerships with data center providers.”
In addition to showcasing the company’s data center services, OnRamp will be highlighting its recent growth. The opening of OnRamp’s second data center facility, located in Raleigh, North Carolina, and the recent announcement of plans to build a third, 42,000 square foot, facility neighboring its primary site in Austin, are among the highlights since the start of the year. Much of OnRamp’s growth can be attributed to its HIPAA compliant hosting solutions which leverage the company’s core competencies as a data center business to ensure the adequate protection of electronic protected health information (e-PHI). The healthcare industry’s push for highly secure electronic patient records was a driving force in OnRamp’s development of solutions to service this industry.
About Texas Technology Summit
The 4th Annual Texas Technology Summit at Houston Texas Reliant Center Room 300, provides a staging ground for conversations among Business Professionals involving the progression of information technology and the changing IT Security landscape. With educational sessions, peer networking opportunities, think tank workshops, an exhibit hall with 60+ vendors, and much more, the Texas Technology Summit provides the perfect platform for business and IT professionals that driving the technological innovation.