Q&A with EdgeMicro’s Eric Bozich: The Edge is Here and End-Users are Ready to Bypass Core Data Centers

DENVER, CO & LEESBURG, VA -- Eric Bozich is new General Manager at EdgeMicro (as of May 21). Bozich brings a long track record of innovation and achievement with 25 years of experience in telecommunications and the IT industry to EdgeMicro, an edge colocation company launched in 2017 dedicated to delivering on the promise of edge computing. Founded by an elite team with peering, wireless and data center expertise with a simple yet innovative solution, EdgeMicro is deploying hundreds of network-neutral, modular data centers that deliver the scale and flexibility required at the Edge. CAPRE will welcome EdgeMicro to The Seventh Annual Washington D.C. & Mid-Atlantic Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure Summit on September 10 in Leesburg, VA. CAPRE caught up with Bozich to chat about the latest at EdgeMicro as well as the latest at the Edge. According to Bozich, the Edge is here and end-users are ready to bypass core data centers. CAPRE:  Thanks for chatting with us today, Eric. Tell us about your recent transition to EdgeMicro. Bozich: I joined EdgeMicro in May of this year as Vice-President and General Manager. This means, for an early stage startup, that I’ve got my fingers in a lot of different pies at this business. My background prior to EdgeMicro was all in telecom; I spent almost 25 years with CenturyLink, Level 3. But at EdgeMicro, we’re very interested in creating a distributed, carrier-neutral, collocation ecosystem. It’s a mouthful, but…