"FORTRUST has been providing data center and colocation services to organizations in the Denver market since its founding in 2000, and is consistently dedicated to going beyond basic expectations to the premium level. The company is upping the ante even more, as FORTRUST recently announced its entry into the wholesale data center market.
On August 13, FORTRUST announced it is adding enterprise wholesale data center services to its already robust portfolio of offerings. The decision was made due to an increased demand for modular data center space from the company’s enterprise clients, and its modular data centers Tier III certified IO.Anywhere modules. These modules are also located inside of Tier III certified facilities. This news is likely to be welcomed by businesses of all needs, as Tier III data centers are capable of providing 99.982 percent uptime with only 1.6 hours of downtime annually. Tier III centers also provide 72 hours of power outage protection, enough to meet the needs of almost any large business.
In the announcement, FORTRUST detailed that its standardized IO.Anywhere data modules are software-defined, enabling them to provide enterprises with enhanced agility, sustainability, security and capacity.
“Enterprises are outsourcing their data centers more than ever before, and they want a provider that is a partner, not a landlord,” said David Shepard, senior vice president of sales and marketing at FORTRUST. “FORTRUST’s advanced infrastructure, built with IO technology, provides organizations with future-proof data centers. No other provider in the region offers what FORTRUST does.”
FORTRUST is expected to do well in this market rather quickly with its IO.Anywhere deployment, as there are no other services providers in the Rocky Mountain Region able to provide such a colocation offering to the enterprise wholesale market."