(The Hosting News) – Today, data center provider Peak 10 announced that it was beginning construction on its new Fort Lauderdale, Florida data center.
The facility which will include specifics such as HVAC systems, constant power, and multi-leveled security is the company’s second in the South Florida area.
Along with its data center services, Peak 10 provides virtualization, managed hosting, and cloud.
Commenting on the matter in a company press release, Peak 10 South Florida VP and GM Stefan Pittinger expressed excitement, stating, “We have an ongoing commitment to fulfill the needs of South Florida’s technology community, and will take proactive steps to do so through collaboration with the local market.”
Meanwhile, Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jack Seil congratulated the data center provider, noting Peak 10’s “commitment to fostering” Fort Lauderdale’s economy.
Overall, the new PCI compliant facility encompasses 11 thousand square-feet and makes use of the company’s private network.
The company has other data centers located in U.S. cities including Nashville, Cincinnati, Charlotte, and Atlanta.
Peak 10’s data center sites play an important role in disaster recovery, a notion emphasized by the company’s Senior VP of market operations Allen Skipper who noted Peak 10’s “24/7 support to fulfill customers’ disaster preparedness and recovery needs.”
One month ago, the company announced the opening of another data century in Louisville, Kentucky. For more information on Peak 10, visit: http://www.peak10.com/