AiNET Reveals Strategic Alliance with Prince George's County, Maryland

By CIOReview | Tuesday, May 3, 2016
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FREMONT, CA: AiNET has revealed its strategic partnership with Prince George's County for their roadmap for impending IT upgrades and enhancements. AiNET has been deployed for its service portfolio to manage the County's large and diverse infrastructure, expanding number of departments and employees.

For over two decades, AiNET has been serving data centers as an international solution provider for a top notch customer base. Among all the data centers which are being served, AiNET owns and runs Tier 4 data centers, the top level of data center maintainability and reliability. AiNET assists government cloud infrastructure initiatives like hosting FedRAMP programs. AiNET is a Prime Contractor of Prince George's County CATS II. On the other hand, Prince George's County shares its border with Washington D.C. and it extends till almost 500 square miles, the county caters to nearly one million residents, hosting a lot of U.S. governmental facilities, like a U.S. military airbase, United States Census Bureau, etc.

AiNET, a key provider of optical fiber networks, managed services, internet data centers, audit and compliance services will be extensively assisting the County. "Our partnership will support Prince George's County technology leadership. We will provide services that are responsive to management across department lines, and provide a single point of contact for expertise to eliminate down-time and reduce costs," says AiNET founder and CEO Deepak Jain.

AiNET envisages helping the County revamp resident and employees participation with public services and government. The services which AiNET caters are significant in both emergency preparedness and day-to-day services.

 The AiNET’s goal is to enhance communications infrastructure and private and public internet, keeping jobs and income locally.