OffsiteDataSync Launches Third Data Center in Las Vegas [Professional Services Close - Up]
(Professional Services Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) OffsiteDataSync (ODS) announced the opening of a third data center location in Las Vegas, Nevada.
According to a release, ODS will lease space in Cobalt's new Cheyenne data center that features 5.5 megawatts of power across more than 20,000 square feet of Tier III designed colocation space.
Driving the OffsiteDataSync expansion is the continual growth of its Cloud, Disaster Recovery and Backup services. "We are thrilled to have a presence in the Cobalt Cheyenne data center. This data center is a secure, state-of-the-art facility, and therefore exactly what our customers and company require from a data center. Partnering with Cobalt was a logical step forward in expanding OffsiteDataSync's presence on the West Coast," states Matthew Chesterton, President and CEO of OffsiteDataSync.
"This is a perfect match between ODS and Cobalt Data Centers. We are committed to helping OffsiteDataSync become successful and are ready to help with their future growth," states Jeff Brown, President of Cobalt Data Centers. "Like ODS, we are focused on serving our customers and ensuring an experience that exceeds expectations. We are thrilled to be working with Matt and his team at ODS."
OffsiteDataSync also operates data centers in Rochester, NY and Philadelphia, PA.
ODS noted it was founded on the belief that data retention and disaster recovery requires an expertise, solid technology and guaranteed service. ODS said its mission is to deliver highly reliable solutions, at a competitive cost, that are unmatched in performance while drastically reducing maintenance costs.
OffsiteDataSync added it holds an international presence through partnerships and provides data retention, disaster recovery and cloud computing services to some of the nation's organizations.
Cobalt Data Centers is a datacenter development and operating company.
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