n/Frame investing $2 million in disaster-recovery center

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IT company n/Frame said Tuesday it will invest $2 million to relocate its disaster-recovery center to company headquarters in Carmel.

n/Frame broke ground this month on the 15,000-square-foot center, which is expected to be finished in May. The center currently is off-site at another location in Carmel.

“It makes strategic sense to consolidate our entire operation under one roof, giving our customers more direct access to the technology, infrastructure, people and processes that ensure their systems stay up and running,” said n/Frame’s chief operating officer, Robert J. Alcorn, in a prepared statement.

n/Frame is located on Congressional Boulevard near 116th Street and U.S. 31.

The company, which has 43 employees, was founded in 1995 and purchased in 2007 by Continental Broadband Inc., a subsidiary of Norfolk, Va.-based Landmark Media Enterprises LLC.


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