Datapipe Names Ed O’Hara as Chief Financial Officer

New CFO Brings 25 Years of Finance and Service Provider Experience to Expand Company’s Market Leadership


Jersey City, NJ, January 30, 2014 – Datapipe, a global provider of managed services and infrastructure for outsourced IT and cloud computing, today announced the appointment of Ed O’Hara as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer. O’Hara brings more than 25 years of finance and service provider experience to Datapipe and will be responsible for overseeing the company’s financial strategy, planning, business analysis, and reporting.

“Datapipe is an industry innovator with strong growth opportunities across the globe,” O’Hara said.  “I look forward to contributing to Datapipe’s success and working closely with the outstanding team to continue the company’s momentum.”

Prior to joining Datapipe, O’Hara served as the CFO of Sidera Networks, a leading provider of high capacity fiber network services in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. Previously, O’Hara was the CFO of the Residential and Business Services segment of RCN Corporation. He also has previously held senior-level positions with Putnam Investments and Arthur Andersen.

“We’re very pleased to welcome Ed to the Datapipe team. His leadership abilities and extensive service provider experience are an ideal fit as we continue to strategically grow our business,” said Robb Allen, Datapipe CEO.


About Datapipe

Datapipe is a managed service provider focused on optimizing, managing and securing mission-critical IT services for the enterprise. Areas of expertise include private and public cloud, HIPAA, PCI compliance, security, database, network, storage, disaster recovery and migration. Datapipe operates data centers in influential technical and financial markets including New York Metro, Ashburn VA, Silicon Valley, Iceland, London, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore.