Bluebird Network, a communications infrastructure provider and underground data center owner, is thrilled to announce the launch of a new website redesign. New interactive features and site design proudly raise the Bluebird brand above industry standards and exemplify the company’s commitment to wireless Carriers and Enterprise businesses implementing existing and emerging digital technologies.
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Bluebird Network website (Graphic: Business Wire)
“The fact is everything Bluebird does and all of the services we provide underpin the technologies that make our digital world possible,” said Michael Morey, Bluebird President and CEO. “Our world is governed by the ability to make connections and leverage bandwidth. We offer world-class fiber services focused on high capacity bandwidth—and business is all about good connections.”
A prominent new feature of the website is the searchable network map, allowing users to type in their business’ address to see if their building is on, near or off Bluebird’s extensive fiber network. By adding this element to the website, businesses can get the information they need more quickly.
Bluebird historically focused on providing carrier-class service to the largest telecommunications carriers in the world. While the company continues to support carrier services, now Bluebird is even more aligned to provide needed high-speed bandwidth to enterprise businesses joining the ranks of the larger data-hungry businesses shaping the world today.
“No longer is the internet a luxury,” said Morey. “Whether you are a company with 20 employees or thousands of employees, having access to bandwidth is paramount to a business’ success. Bluebird is here to support businesses of all sizes continue their growth trajectory by working smarter, not harder.”
Bluebird offers ethernet, dark fiber, wavelengths and a host of other network services and is uniquely positioned to offer businesses scalable colocation solutions from
Guest Post by Basil Alomary
AI has been heralded as the catalyst for a new industrial revolution. While the potential for massive impact is very real, venture investors looking to capitalize on growth ought to spend more time considering the enabling infrastructure.
Although applications are myriad and diverse, from drug discovery to driverless cars, practical adoption in the enterprise has been lackluster. Only 1 in 20 business leaders would describe their companies as “implementing AI widely across the organization.”
The starting point for identifying these investment opportunities is the deconstruction of the AI workflow—extracting each step in the process, from aggregation to deployment and seeking efficiency, scale and access.
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Innovations in AI are exciting, but it’s less difficult to identify and bet on, the technologies supporting AI rather than predicting who will provide the voice assistant of the future. The starting point for identifying these investment opportunities is the deconstruction of the AI workflow—extracting each step in the process, from aggregation to deployment and seeking efficiency, scale and access.
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