(The Hosting News) – The east coast seems to be a good place for data center provider Immedion. The company recently revealed that it is building an additional facility in the Charleston area, bringing the company’s overall total to three data centers in South Carolina.
Commenting on the matter, company CEO Frank Mobley stated, “Locating our third data center in Charleston will better enable us to meet the growing tech needs of the coastal region.”
“There is a lot of exciting growth in Charleston and we’re confident our colocation facility will be a valuable resource for many of the current businesses located here as well as ones considering coming here. In addition, the provisioning of a third, geographically diverse location allows Immedion to provide uptime for critical technology beyond the capabilities of any single data center location,” he continued.
Setting up a facility on the east coast may be somewhat different than building in a different market. According to Immedion, the facility will come with a build that’s designed to withstand weather in the area like high winds.
The company’s other data centers are located around Columbia and Greenville, South Carolina. Meanwhile, it’s worth noting that South Carolina has seen other data center activity, including the likes of internet giant Google who opened a facility in Goose Creek, South Carolina in 2008.
Immedion, headquartered in Charleston, offers services including colocation, managed, dedicated, cloud, recovery, and more. For more information, visit: http://www.immedion.com/news.aspx?article_id=67