Immedion Announces New Manager of Technical Architecture

Spartanburg, SC (December 2019) Immedion LLC, a premiere provider of cloud, data center and managed IT services, announced today the hiring of Kevin Walker as Manager of Technical Architecture. In this role, Kevin will oversee the strategy, design and management of all technologies used within Immedion’s Managed Services operations.

In his most recent role as Senior Site Reliability Engineer at Shipt, Kevin was responsible for providing first alert data and ensuring platform uptime. Prior to that, he served as an Infrastructure Engineer at C Spire Business. Kevin joins Immedion with over 10 years of IT industry experience.

“As Manager of Technical Architecture, Kevin will be a driving force for innovation of Immedion’s Managed Services product set,” said Brandon Myers, Immedion’s Vice President and General Manager of Managed Services. “Ultimately, he will ensure our technical solutions are providing maximum value to our customers.”

About Immedion

Immedion’s objective is to keep customer business-critical data and applications available 100% of the time 24x7x365. They accomplish this by coupling world-class data center facilities and a strategic array of managed services developed to deliver the highest degree of reliability at a very competitive price. Since 2007, Immedion provided its customers with fully redundant power, Internet bandwidth, cooling and humidity control to secure their IT infrastructure. Customers leverage Immedion’s enterprise-class data centers and Cloud services to minimize critical computer system downtime caused by commercial power outages, Internet problems, or other system failures. Immedion is headquartered in Greenville, SC with additional data center facilities in Asheville, NC, Charleston, SC, Cincinnati, OH, Columbia, SC, Columbus, IN and Spartanburg, SC. For more information please visit, or contact Immedion at 864.908.3000.

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