Scott Ho serves as the Critical Data Facilities Manager for Rising Realty Partners at the Garland Center. Scott oversees all operations of the data center and mission-critical facilities at the Garland Center, one of the largest mission-critical data center facilities in the U.S. Prior to Rising's ownership of the Garland Center, Scott was the Vice President, Critical Facilities Manager at the Garland Center, who oversaw all day-to-day operations, project management and budget appropriation of the Garland Center.
Scott possesses over 25 years of extensive knowledge and experience in operation and engineering of mission-critical infrastructures, telecommunications, central office and data center operations. Scott also serves as the Vice President, Operations for a Southern California based datacenter/colocation operation, providing premier colocation and data center services in Downtown Los Angeles. Prior to managing the Garland Center, Scott had held various managerial and senior technical positions in major telecommunications enterprises since 1991, including 13 years as a Director of Network Operations with a global telecommunications company who had telecommunications and data center operations in Asia, Europe and Canada.
Scott graduated from Northern Alberta Institute of Technology in Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering. He also holds a degree in Information Technology. In his spare time, Scott enjoys playing soccer and gardening.