January 4, 2011, 8:55 AM

John Holland to Lead Access Northeast Sales Team

The hiring of the industry veteran signals Access Northeast's continued strategic expansion of colocation services.

MARLBOROUGH, Mass., Dec. 17, 2010 -- Access Northeast, a leading New England data center and managed services provider, is pleased to announce John Holland as the new Vice President of Sales.

Mr. Holland will be charged with continuing Access Northeast's extraordinary growth in the colocation, Cloud and managed services business throughout New England. John brings over 15 years of technology sales leadership experience to Access Northeast from leading industry firms such as Sungard, Internap, Broadwing and Mirror Image.

"Access Northeast is thrilled to announce the hiring of John Holland as the newest member of our senior management team,"

said Access Northeast CEO Rob Stephenson. "John's extensive technology sales management experience in the data center, Cloud, disaster recovery and managed services space is unparalleled throughout New England. With John at the helm of our partner, direct and client-focused sales groups, Access Northeast is now well positioned to expand our managed offerings to customers, as well as to penetrate new markets."

Over the past decade, Mr. Holland served as the Regional Vice President of Sales at Sungard Availability Services in Massachusetts. Prior to that, Holland led the Canadian and Northeast United States sales efforts at Internap Network Services, the New England sales team at Broadwing, and various roles at Mirror Image Internet.

 John is a Saint Anselm College graduate with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration.

About Access Northeast

 Access Northeast specializes in colocation, managed services, Parthenon Cloud, WAN, and disaster recovery solutions. The company's state-of-the-art, raised floor data center, disaster recovery facility and network operations center in Marlborough, Massachusetts is centrally located near the junction of Routes 495 and the Massachusetts Turnpike (Route 90), 30 miles west of Boston, with additional data center and Parthenon Cloud facilities in Connecticut and Massachusetts. To learn more about Access Northeast, please visit http://www.axsne.com.

 

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