December 16, 2013DMA Choir Performance at 1201 N. Market Street (12:45 p.m.) and at Hercules (1:20 p.m.)December 17, 201311:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m.Craft Fair Vendor stations set up in 1201 N. Market StreetDecember 18, 201311:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.Craft Fair Vendor stations set up in Hercules Plaza
Dunkin Donuts and Salad Master will be joining Bain’s Deli in the food court at Hercules!Opening in November, tenants and guests of Hercules will be able to enjoy open seat dining while they eat breakfast or lunch in the beautiful 12-story atrium.
1201 N. Market Street will be the most connected building in the State of DE. With over 400 strands of dark fiber, IPR’s Wilmington NAP will provide high speed access to area networks and a global computer information network.
Wilmington NAP: Delaware’s Data Telecom Carrier Hotel
1201 N. Market Street will be the most connected building in the State of DE. With over 400 strands of dark fiber, IPR’s Wilmington NAP will provide high speed access to area networks and a global computer information network.In addition, the Wilmington NAP will provide access to telecommunication networks, provide multiple use access to global computer information networks for the transfer and dissemination of a wide range of information, and provide telecommunication services, namely, providing internet access via broadband optical or wireless networks.According to their press release in March, Michael J. Emmi, Former Chairman and CEO of IPR International, LLC announced the signing of agreements among the State of Delaware, IPR International, McConnell Johnson Real Estate, and fiber providers, Sunesys, LLC and Fibertech Networks for the Wilmington Carrier Hotel Project into 1201 N. Market Street, Wilmington.As defined at datacenterknowledge.com, Carrier Hotels are "the huge connectivity hubs in major cities that bring together dozens (and sometimes hundreds) of networks and providers. They house large amounts of data center and telecom facilities." IPR's Carrier Hotel Project is dedicated to bringing a highly efficient, reliable and most importantly, competitive bandwidth interconnection point to the center of Wilmington's business district. Wilmington (and thereby the entire State of Delaware) can then quickly join the other principal East Coast corridor cities with Carrier Hotel locations, such as NYC, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington DC. Delaware's future growth in this IT-centric age lies in its ability to compete with other states' IT infrastructure/bandwidth environments. IPR's Carrier Hotel Project will provide the ability to receive and send data at speeds needed for businesses, from small entrepreneurial companies to large multi-national corporations, a necessity in today's data intensive business environment. The ability to deliver network fiber through Wilmington into a locally situated, major Carrier Hotel will then enable companies to tap in to fiber paths and will provide the ability to spawn Metro Fiber links throughout Wilmington and the State of Delaware. Easy access to a premier Carrier Hotel offers a straightforward approach empowering IT professionals to meet both service and savings goals."Bringing this project to Wilmington creates innovative business opportunities that can spur economic growth," Delaware Gov. Jack Markell said. "We know the importance of expanded IT infrastructure and telecommunication network capacity in an increasingly tech-savvy business environment."To learn more about the project or about IPR International, please visit iprintl.com.