(The Hosting News) – For data center solutions provider Peak 10, its presence in the city of Louisville, Kentucky plays a pivotal role in company operations. The cloud services provider recently further committed to its presence in the area by unveiling a brand new 11,500 square feet data center.
In fact, the opening was so big that it attracted one special high-profile guest in particular: Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer.
Of course, data center construction along with a facility’s opening results in benefits for local economies, whether it’s by bringing jobs or making the area more attractive for further tech development.
With the new facility, Peak 10’s presence in the area now amounts to around 25 thousand square feet. Aside from providing cloud, the company specializes in managed hosting, virtualization, application support, disaster recovery, and more.
Discussing the matter in a company press release, Peak 10 Louisville Vice President and GM Matt Phillips stated, “We are excited about the opening of our third state-of-the-art facility.”
“As the go-to trusted IT advisor in the greater Louisville region, we continue to experience strong demand for our expertise and rock solid solutions. Louisville 3 will give us the added capacity to further serve the growing technology needs of our business community,” he continued.
So what are specifics pertaining to Peak 10’s latest facility? According to the company, the data center has HVAC systems, multi-level security, and “uninterruptable power.”
The facility has already started hosting clients. One includes the University of Louisville Physicians. Commenting on the matter in Peak 10’s press release, University of Louisville Physicians CIO Chuck Fitch stated, “As a new customer in the Louisville 3 facility, we were impressed by its technical features, HIPAA/HITECH compliance and support, and the overall expertise of the local engineering team.”
“We are in the process of expanding our group and implementing new technologies, and the need for a sound IT partner is imperative. Peak 10 is definitely a trusted advisor that we can grow with in the years to come,” Fitch continued.
While Louisville definitely represents integral part of Peak 10’s operations, the data center solutions provider also has a presence in other large markets including Cincinnati, Charlotte, Atlanta, Nashville, and more. For more information on Peak 10, visit: http://www.peak10.com