Park Place Technologies Preparing Resources to Serve Rockies, High Plains Clients in Path of ‘Historic’ Winter Storm

March 12, 2021


CLEVELAND, OH, March 12 — Park Place Technologies is taking proactive steps to serve central Rockies and High Plains clients who may be impacted by a significant winter storm this weekend. This slow-moving system has the potential to produce the biggest snowfall in decades for the eastern Rockies and western Plains through the weekend. Nearly 20 million people may be impacted on Friday alone.

“The snowfall totals currently forecast are absolutely historic,” the National Weather Service reported.

According to the National Weather Service:

  • Snowfall amounts of a couple of feet are possible along the Front Range of Colorado and Wyoming.
  • More than a foot of snow is possible over the central High Plains.
  • Increasingly strong and gusty winds are expected to accompany the heavy snow by Sunday as the storm system is forecast to intensify more rapidly.
  • Widespread travel impacts are likely as strong winds combined with snowfall rates of one to two inches per hour could produce near-blizzard conditions.
  • Power outages are expected.
  • Winter Storm Watches and Warnings have been issued for the central Rockies to the central High Plains.
  • Strong to severe thunderstorms are forecast to move across the southern Plains during the weekend ahead of a strong cold front associated with the intensifying low-pressure system.
  • As the storm moves east, other states — such as Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kentucky, and Indiana — have the potential for flooding.

Park Place has set up a Command Center in Westborough, MA, that is ready to deploy whatever resources clients need. Clients will have immediate access to our supply chain, tech support, field team and suppliers. Our entire field team is on “high alert” and will be ready to deploy in the areas most impacted.

Park Place has been reaching out to critical end-users such as hospitals to ensure they are ready to engage us if they are hit hard.

Park Place has identified customers who could be impacted and has moved additional material into the potential impacted regions. Field Engineers are planning for the worst and hoping for the best.  We are also putting our complete Staff on high alert making sure they are ready to deploy.

Park Place has employed this proactive approach for such recent challenges as Winter Storm Harper, wildfires in California and Hurricanes Florence and Michael. By preparing for potential weather-related interruptions of service, Park Place is proactively investing in data center up time to ensure peace of mind for our clients.

Park Place Technologies simplifies the management of complex technology environments worldwide. Our network of parts to support data centers is stored regionally, locally and on-site to allow for fast parts distribution and service to drive Uptime. Park Place created a new technology service category – Discover, Monitor, Support, Optimize (DMSO) – a fully integrated approach to managing critical infrastructure. Our industry-leading and award-winning services include ParkView™ Managed Services, Entuity software, and our Enterprise Operations Center. For more information, visit us at www.parkplacetechnologies.com.

For further information on service in any impacted areas, please call 800-343-4654

About the Author

Nicola Buckley,
As Executive Vice President, Global Service Delivery, Nicola is responsible for Global Service Operations delivery including the Global Support Center and Advanced Engineering divisions. She is focused on developing expert technical teams supported by next generation technology capabilities, including IoT, M2M and Big Data technologies delivering a superior digital experience through AI. Her role is focused on driving a trusted partnership with our customers, by helping them with their own personal journey of consolidation and optimization.