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B&H Photo Selects FiberMedia Group as Its Primary Data Center Provider

FiberMedia Offers One of the Largest Online Retailers of Photo, Video, Pro Audio and Digital Imaging the Flexible Space and Power Required to Support Its Growing Business

SECAUCUS, NJ -- (Marketwire) -- 11/27/12 -- FiberMedia Group, LLC, a leading data center services provider with facilities throughout the New York metropolitan area and Cleveland, OH, announces B&H Photo's selection of its New York-area data center for its primary compute infrastructure that manages the company's online and store front operations. B&H is a New York-based company that is a world-renowned destination for your entire photo, video, pro audio and digital imaging needs.

B&H's selection of FiberMedia signifies its transition from managing in-house solutions to outsourcing its data center and colocation needs. The solution delivered to B&H includes a custom, private-caged, space and cooling environment. The space also includes 2N redundant environmental and mechanical infrastructure including power and cooling. Outsourcing its data center provides B&H significant flexibility in its infrastructure with expansion capabilities to support business growth.

"FiberMedia's team has taken the time to intimately understand our business and the unique needs that our online retail business requires," comments Shlome Seidenfeld, CIO of B&H Photo. "Their ability to provide us with high standards of security along with flexibility, at an affordable cost, was a true differentiator driving our selection."

"We are proud to announce that B&H Photo has moved their primary data center infrastructure to one of our data center locations," adds John Panzica, SVP Sales & Marketing for FiberMedia. "Since the company's inception, B&H has built and operated its own data centers. The trust bestowed upon FiberMedia during this operational transition period has been rewarding and we look forward to providing B&H the support and infrastructure it needs to grow its business."

For more information on FiberMedia, please visit www.fibermedia.net.

About FiberMedia Group, LLC:

FiberMedia Group is a privately held data center services company that provides Intelligent Data Center Solutions to enterprise customers. Intelligent Data Center Solutions seamlessly deliver both the resiliency and security of physical infrastructure and the flexibility and cost-effectiveness of the Cloud. Intelligent Data Center Solutions are significantly more cost-effective and adapt to the dynamic IT needs of global businesses. The company's data centers are strategically located in six markets offering both primary and disaster recovery/business continuity services: Secaucus NJ, Westchester NY, Manhattan NY, Brooklyn NY, Jersey City NJ, and Cleveland OH.

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