Infomart Data Centers appoints Ty Miller as chief revenue officer
Infomart Data Centers, a US-based carrier neutral data centre, has appointed Ty Miller, the former data centre sales executive as its new chief revenue officer.
Miller enters this newly created role leading Infomart’s sales team in the execution of the company’s growth strategy, as well as overseeing all customer relationship management and strategic partnership efforts.
“Ty’s understanding of the complex needs of hyperscale and enterprise deployments tightly aligns with Infomart’s focus on being a trusted technology partner,” said Phil Koen, interim chief executive officer and a member of Infomart’s board of directors. “We are excited to have a leader with his strategic and commercial experience on board to support our strategy of delivering an unmatched customer experience.”
Miller has more than 25-years in the telecoms industry having closed more than $1 billion data centre contracts throughout his career. Before joining Infomart, Miller served as vice president of global accounts, vice president of sales for the west and central regions, and interim vice president of sales operations for Digital Realty Trust. He has also held executive positions at Hosting.com, Telecom Asset Management, and Switch and Data.
“Infomart’s successful, customer-focused approach and flexibility have set a great foundation for scalability,” said Miller. “I look forward to working closely with the Company’s talented sales team to build upon the momentum they have established as we drive further growth in new and existing markets.”
Back in July, Infomart launched a number of sustainability initiatives at its Ashburn facility in Virginia. The company reinforced its commitment to environmental responsibility and to date has recycled in excess of 1.8 million pounds of steel, aluminium, copper, batteries and other materials when it retrofitted the former Dulles Technology Center in Loudoun County, Virginia, in addition to making donations with the proceeds to charities in the area.