Red Barn Technology Group is the Greater Binghamton Chamber’s Business of the Week.
Founded in 1996 as a small technology retail and repair shop, the company has grown to offer high-end servers and technology for research universities around the nation.
It’s located at 37 Pine Street, a location that was acquired from a City auction.
It was previously located on Upper Front Street for nearly 20 years.
While Red Barn takes on many technological projects around the U-S, it still repairs everyday items like cell phones, laptops and desktop computers.
President and founder Jon Layish
“We’re large enough to have built some of the biggest super computers in the world, but small enough to experiment with something that’s never been done before and help the customer learn through the process as well,” said Layish.
Red Barn also operates We Put Logos on Stuff by Hackerthreads, which is a promotional item and signage company.
They print logos on t-shirts, signs and banners.
Red Barn employs around 15 people.
Layish says in the 1990’s, many companies took on complex, sophisticated names, so he chose Red Barn because it was informal and welcoming.