(Ping! Zine Web Hosting Magazine) – A new facility was unveiled by Peak 10 on Monday, adding eleven thousand square feet to the company’s South Florida data center presence. Cited as the main reason for the expansion was an increased demand for cloud and hosting services.
Primary features of the Fort Lauderdale facility include HVAC systems, 247 monitoring, “five-point physical security” and more. The new addition brings the company’s presence to 66 thousand square feet in the area.
“Peak 10 provides cloud computing and cloud storage services to a growing number of high-growth companies, making it a business engine for the South Florida region’s economic development and stability,” commented Peak 10 South Florida regional VP and GM Stefan Pittinger in a press release regarding the matter.
Pittinger also referred to the expansion as a “direct result” of the clients he cited.
Aside from its Florida data center presence, the company operates a high number of facilities in other U.S. states including Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia and North Carolina. Meanwhile, the company’s services include cloud, disaster recovery, managed security, application management and more.
The unveiling of the company’s latest data center follows a March announcement in which the company said it had added 41 thousand square feet of space to its Nashville, Tennessee location. For more information regarding the Fort Lauderdale data center, view a press release here (peak10.com).