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Inland Fiber & Data to Host Robotic Assisted Microsurgical & Endoscopic Society RepositoryMonday, December 5 2011

Data center owner and operator Inland Fiber & Data (IF&D) has been selected by the Robotic Assisted Microsurgical & Endoscopic Society (RAMSES) to host the medical trade group’s surgical video repository. The purpose of RAMSES is to further the development of robotic assisted microsurgical tools and platforms for enhanced surgical and patient outcomes. The evolving Internet and robotic surgical technology is advancing abilities to perform medical procedures remotely, with patient and surgeon in separate locations, expanding the use of medical resources while minimizing patient proximity, paving a course for healthcare efficiencies spanning patients and providers globally.

To date, thousands of robotic assisted microsurgical procedures have been successfully completed at institutions around the world. Experts believe the advantages provided by robotics in elimination of tremor, scaling of motion and enhanced magnification have the potential to further expand the field of microsurgery, along with uniformity in the tools utilized by microsurgeons across various fields providing a common robotic assisted microsurgical platform.

Inland Fiber & Data is an owner and operator of data center, colocation and disaster recovery facilities in Winter Haven, Florida and Denver, Colorado. Offerings provided by Inland include wholesale data center, private data suites and traditional colocation. Inland is also a provider of Private Cloud Services including hosted storage through its “Storage on a Wire” Solution.

Inland’s primary facilities in Winter Haven, Florida include over 40,000 square feet of data center and disaster recovery space and approximately 45,000 square feet of carrier and telco hotel facilities.

The Inland facilities are SSAE 16 compliant and were designed and developed with the needs of the mission critical end-user in mind. Carrier grade facilities with fiber rich environments suit organizations seeking geo-security and system flexibility.