(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Green House Data, a leader in IT infrastructure services including cloud hosting and colocation and an EPA Top 100 Green Power Purchaser, will cut the ribbon at their new data center facility in Cheyenne on July 30th, 2014. The Grand Opening celebration will include remarks from Wyoming Governor Matt Mead and CEO Shawn Mills.
The new 35,000-square-foot facility was constructed in partnership with fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty and increases the Cheyenne footprint of Green House Data by 250%. With over $30 million invested, the building will be staffed by 28 permanent employees on opening day. Data center space is available immediately.
“It has been a big year for Green House Data as we nearly doubled our workforce and now open a flagship facility,” said Green House Data CEO Shawn Mills. “We welcome the Cheyenne community and all of our friends, family, and customers on the Front Range to come check out our new headquarters and join us in celebrating.”
The new data center offers the same 100% SLAs on power, network, and cooling as Green House Data’s existing facilities, while targeting a PUE of 1.14.
The grand opening event begins at 1:00PM and is open to the public. Attendees can RSVP athttp://www.greenhousedata.com/RSVP.
About fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty
fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty (1547) was formed to capitalize on unique, tenant-driven datacenter opportunities. Through their extensive industry relationships, 1547 is able to focus on acquisition and development projects where data center users specifically drive demand and are most active. For more information, visithttp://1547realty.com/.
About Green House Data
Green House Data is a cloud hosting and colocation services provider with highly energy efficient data centers located across the country. Green House Data is a certified VMware service provider, SSAE 16 Type II and HIPAA compliant, as well as an EPA Green Power Partner. The company is also the first certified B-Corp in Wyoming. Visit the website, http://www.GreenHouseData.com, to learn more, view demos, or request a free cloud trial.