Danville will proudly live up to this new challenge.
Herndon, VA (PRWEB) April 30, 2010
Danville, a bucolic, pastoral town in rural Virginia, located in the heart of the Pittsylvania County, is overnight turning into a major center of cutting-edge technology, as Ecomnets, a Deloitte Fast Technology 50 company, based in Sterling and Herndon, launches a major venture to start manufacturing 'green' computers in Danville.
Ecomnets is a fast-growing medium-sized technology company that has made a name for itself in the maturing field of green enterprise solutions. Green technology has steadily acquired major importance because it not only helps reduce the heavy energy consumption of computers and servers, but it can also improve the entire environmental impact of an organization. Information technology touches every employee and every aspect of a business, and has the unique capability to achieve energy-efficient processes in every line of work and every piece of transaction. Ecomnets helps organizatios accomplish vast economy and environmentally superior operation through a realistic plan of action.
Now this major innovation of greener operation will come to every plant, office and enterprise in Virginia through the at-home Danville works of Ecomnets, which will produce green computers with specially trained skilled workers and market them all over the country and abroad. Raj Kosuri, Chief Executive Office of Ecomnets announced that new plant will "deliver a superior-quality world-class product and raise the profile of Virginia's workmanship."
Governor Robert McDonnell has recognized the immense potential of the new plant and publicly expressed his appreciation of the innovative venture of Ecomnets. The town of Danville will gain employment for its people and be at the forefront of a new technology that President Obama has declared to be a major growth area for the entire American economy.
In effect, Danville will now sprint ahead as one of the foremost green cities of the U.S. and be poised to make a major difference to Virginia's place in environmental business hierarchy. The town authorities have agreed to offer full cooperation to Ecomnets in its unusual venture and the Mayor has said, "Danville will proudly live up to this new challenge."