Josh Snowhorn




 Josh Snowhorn, Founder and CSO at EdgeMicro (USA)

Josh Snowhorn serves as Co-founder and strategic advisor at EdgeMicro.

His groundbreaking work in creating the peering and interconnection infrastructure was fundamental to building the internet we depend on today.

Previously, Josh was VP and General Manager of Interconnection at CyrusOne, supporting its growth into the third largest data center company in North America.

His team created the CyrusOne National IX strategy, which significantly increased the telecom and cloud connectivity options for customers. This proprietary technology was honored by Datacenter Dynamics as the 2014 Outsourced Innovation of the Year.

Prior to joining CyrusOne, Josh served VP of Business Development and Interconnection at Terremark, a global datacenter and cloud services provider acquired by Verizon in 2011.

There, he developed emerging markets and drove all business related to peering and interconnection throughout the company’s portfolio.

Josh serves on the board of directors for the Global Peering Forum and the McLaren Car Club, as well as the board of trustees for the Austin Waldorf School.

He is also affiliated with the Open Internet Exchange Associations, the North American Network Operators Group (NANOG), Reseaux IP Europeans (RIPE), and the European Internet Exchange Association (Euro-IX).

Source: Company biography 

This profile is part of the Power 200 published in January 2019 edition of the Data Economy Magazine. The Power 200 is a biannual global list showcasing the 200 personalities around the world who are leading the data centre, cloud and data sectors through charting new innovations or technological breakthroughs, sheer investment or business acumen, or exceptional entrepreneurial skill sets. To access the full 2019’s edition, visit here.