What a wet and wild week it’s been. Yesterday’s storms did tremendous damage throughout the county, taking out roads and trees and, for a short period, Cruzio’s email, phone and web servers. With limited power supply, we focused our energies on our customers’ services over our own internal systems and communication tools. Now those services are restored, we wanted to check in and let you know what happened here, and what we’re doing about it. Continue reading →
Cruzioworks never looked so gorgeous as when the First Friday digital artists (from DANM) set up their pieces. Music hummed, lights flashed, wine and canapes were consumed… and best of all, we all experienced the place anew alive with art.
On Friday, February 11th, Cruzio and Ecology Action got together to celebrate the opening of our newly renovated building at 877 Cedar Street.
Cruzio will be holding another celebration — open to the public, yes, you are invited — when we light up the gigabit fiber we’ve brought into downtown Santa Cruz. The date isn’t set yet, but we expect it in late March. But here are some pics from the first one:
Our exciting new Technology Services position is based around the following core set of duties:
Wireless On-site Telecomm:
-Research, design, test and deploy of wireless infrastructure in PtP and PtMP technologies
-Maintain existing and new wireless infrastructure
-respond to emergency wireless infrastructure outages as prescribed by SLA’s and Cruzio’s standard network response policies
-Handle inside wiring and interface with telephone network wiring
Pretty impressive air conditioner in Cruzio’s new data center! We’ll soon be hosting servers in the space, which will be also be fitted out with gigantic UPS and generator units, as well as an FM200 fire suppression system.
Now Cruzio’s new building is more than a skeleton. We’ve got rooms becoming actual rooms, with sheetrock, tape and plaster. It’s exciting to see our floorplan fleshed out and becoming 3-dimensional at last.
We’re impatient to move in, but there’s still another month of work to go. Continue reading →