SOURCE: Data393

July 09, 2008 11:08 ET

Data393 Opens 10,000-Square-Foot Expansion of High Density, High Availability Data Center Space in Denver Tech Center

ENGLEWOOD, CO--(Marketwire - July 9, 2008) - Data393, a leading provider of colocation, managed hosting, disaster recovery and IP network services, announced today the completion and availability of its 10,000-square-foot, power-rich data center expansion.

Data393 increased the amount of raised flooring to a total of approximately 30,000 square feet within its Denver Tech Center facility. The acquisition of Data393 by Managed Data Holdings in December 2007 gave Data393 the resources to accelerate this expansion and meet market demand. The expansion incorporated high density power and cooling, parallel redundant generator capacity, static-dissipating raised flooring and a mix of cabinet and cage colocation space.

"The demand for colocation and managed hosting continues to grow as our current and potential customers seek power and cooling to support high density blade technology and high density hosting applications," said Brett Jones, General Manager of Data393. "We also developed more growth space as businesses are increasingly consolidating computing infrastructure from their offices to our data center. Our investment of increased power and cooling meets those needs while delivering greater options for tailored colocation bundled with hands-on managed services required in today's online world."

While many data facilities are not equipped to handle the increased demands for power and cooling required by high density devices, Data393 has engineered higher raised flooring and ceiling heights and employed next-generation technology in cooling. Data393's colocation suite also features multi-faceted upgrades, including a string of six paralleled Generac 600kw generators with N+1 redundancy and increased capacity of three megawatts of power, ensuring a 24/7, redundant power supply capable of supplying up to 200 watts of power per square foot.

"With our expansion, Data393 is helping small and medium-sized businesses avoid paying millions of dollars in capital expenses for data storage and management while giving them access to next-generation, high density and high availability colocation space," said Corey Needles, Director of Technical Operations at Data393. "The addition of a return plenum in the new data center space also provides greater efficiency in cooling, making the support of high density environments very feasible for Data393 and its customers."

For more information on Data393 or to schedule a tour, contact Data393 Sales at 1-800-260-4843 or email sales@data393.com.

About Data393

Located in the Inverness Business Park in southeast Denver, Data393 offers highly reliable colocation, managed hosting, disaster recovery and IP Network services featuring Cisco, Microsoft, Red Hat, EMC and Compellent technologies from a SAS 70 Type II facility. For more information, visit http://www.Data393.com or call 800-260-4843.

About Managed Data Holdings

Managed Data Holdings (MDH) was founded by three highly experienced industry executives in conjunction with Great Hill Partners and Catalyst Investors. MDH's strategy is aimed at operating state-of-the-art data centers across Tier I and Tier II markets in the U.S. to meet the increasing demand for managed hosting, managed services, colocation space and disaster recovery services required by small and medium-sized business customers or divisions of large enterprises. Our data centers are SAS70 Type II compliant and are designed to accommodate the changing power density and cooling needs of the colocation market while maintaining consistent high levels of customer service and support.

Contact Information

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    Marc Lumpkin
    Altitude Public Relations for Data393
    303-378-2366
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