United Fiber and Data Bill Hynes
United Fiber & Data ally Bill Hynes is the CEO of Think Loud Development. Think Loud Development has partnered with UFD to develop multiple data centers sites in the Mid-Atlantic to expand the digital communication capacities in the region. UFD executives say that this step will create economic opportunity locally with jobs, and regionally with increased bandwidth.
United Fiber & Data Shareholder Bill Hynes - Investing in the Future
United Fiber & Data shareholder Bill Hynes says that the partnership between him and the founding members of the multi-platinum rock band LIVE has fostered an emerging project that will change telecommunications in the Mid-Atlantic region forever. UFD is managed by Chad Taylor, founding member and lead guitarist of the multi-platinum band LIVE, and a friend of Hynes.
The project entails building a 400-mile new fiber optic network running from New York City to Northern Virginia. This network is the only physically diverse network to connect New York City to Ashburn, VA., which has been susceptible to attacks and extreme weather damage in the past. Together with a proposed series of data centers located in Pennsylvania, this infrastructure will set the stage for driving economic revitalization efforts on the East Coast.
United Fiber & Data shareholder Bill Hynes and his friends from LIVE believe they are investing in the economic future of the region. In 2014, the Governor of Pennsylvania Tom Corbett agreed with Hynes and the rock stars, contributing $5 million in the form of a Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) grant to be allocated to work performed in association with an urban revitalization project that will be the future home of UFD’s state of the art technology campus, including their corporate headquarters, data center and data center support facilities.
Racing Stadium Super Truck Driver
Stadium Super Trucks is an off-road racing event held in stadiums. The event is now called the SPEED Energy Formula Off-Road Presented by Traxxas. In 2013, Robby Gordon, former IndyCar and NASCAR driver, formed the off-road racing event after retiring.
Stadium Super Truck is modeled after the off-road racing stadium event created by Mickey Thompson. MTEG, Thompson's version of off-road stadium racing, was established in 1979 and included Super Cross events. MTEG survived Thompson’s passing in 1988 but declared bankruptcy in 1996.
In 2011, speculation was rampant that Robby Gordon would reinvigorate off-road stadium racing once his NASCAR career ended. Gordon had raced in previous MTEG events in 1989 and was no stranger to off-road stadium racing. In 2012, Gordon held an exhibition race in a test run. In 2013 the first Super Truck season began under a twelve-race format using 600 horsepower V-8 trucks. Robby Gordon partook in the first season as did several other well know athletes: current IndyCar drivers, an Olympic snowboarder, a NASCAR driver, and Traxxas owner Mike Jenkins.
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Northeast Corridor’s Growing Population
The Northeast Corridor, also known as the Northeast Megalopolis, the Boston-Washington Corridor, and the Bos-Wash Corridor, is the span of land on the east coast that runs from Boston to Washington D.C. It is the most densely populated area in the United States as well as the most heavily urbanized area in the country. In the year 2000, there were 49.6 million, or 17% of the US population residing in this area, which accounts for only 2% of US land. This means that there are 931.3 people per square mile, which is more than ten times the national average of 80.5 people per square mile. By 2025, the population is expected to grow up to 58.1 million people.
Because this area is experiencing a historic spike in population growth, and the current data usage infrastructure is not built to keep up with the demand, United Fiber and Data will provide a fiber network and broadband solution to the Northeast Corridor, from New York City to Northern Virginia. United Fiber and Data Bill Hynes will develop UFD's Data Center in York, Pennsylvania, which is where UFD is creating innovative solutions and building better and improved infrastructure to provide millions with high-speed connectivity for decades to come. This is an essential service because improved connectivity leads to social and economic growth.
Strand-Capitol Performance Art Center
Strand-Capitol's initiatives have led to economic development in York, which has ensured the economic stability of the organization and their ability to maintain the historic integrity of their performance art center. Strand-Capitol looks forward to making further contributions to the community of York. If you are interested in getting involved or donating, visit the Strand-Capitol website.
United Fiber and Data Bill Hynes and their partner, Bill Hynes, make regular donations to the Strand-Capitol Performance Arts Center and contribute to the organization. UFD provides fiber network and broadband solutions in the Northeast Corridor, from New York City to Northern Virginia. This area is experiencing a historic spike in population growth, and the current data usage infrastructure is not built to keep up with the demand. Bill Hynes developed UFD's Data Center in York, Pennsylvania, which is where UFD is creating innovative solutions and building better and improved infrastructure to provide millions with high-speed connectivity for decades to come. This is an essential service because improved connectivity leads to social and economic growth.