Green House Data, a leader in platform-agnostic managed IT infrastructure solutions, will complete the Phase 3 expansion of its Cheyenne, Wyoming data center and headquarters adding 7,500 sq ft of cloud-ready space. The data service provider will be building two new data center floors for a combined 7,500 square feet of white space. The company informed that the latest expansion would be able to meet the ongoing demand for cloud services and colocated equipment.
“The market has responded overwhelmingly to our managed services. Provisioning additional power and data center floors will allow us to expand our cloud platforms and managed offerings significantly, while simultaneously providing additional space and resilience for colocation customers,” said Shawn Mills, Green House Data CEO.
The service provider will begin construction immediately. They plan to finish the expansion within Q1 2019. The Cheyenne-headquartered company expects no client impact even when they add new power and modifies critical infrastructure. They are confident that the redundant design of the facility will avoid any such issues.
“The new infrastructure will provide additional efficiencies and resilience. The modular design allows us to expand and change the power routing, network, backup systems, and other vital components without affecting live workloads,” said Art Salazar, Green House Data Director of Data Centers and Compliance.
According to Green House Data, the Cheyenne compute facility features a concurrently-maintainable design with at least N+1 redundancy for all power and cooling components alongside multilayered security measures. Keeping the facility energy efficient, it uses custom indirect evaporative coolers and energy saving UPS units.
The Wyoming site expansion will be a significant development for Green House Data. “Ultimately our expansions are all about serving the customer. Green House Data serves as a trusted IT advisor to our clients. We’re able to do so by leveraging a mix of our own facilities, public cloud resources like Azure, and hardware and software expertise,” said Mills.
Green House Data has now spread from an initial single location to nine data centers and cloud nodes across the United States. It also added managed services across a wide variety of other cloud and IT platforms. “By investing in our data center sites and our employees, we can provide reliable, high-performance IT platforms to organizations from all verticals,” Mills added.