Expansion of Omaha Data Center
Scott Data Center adds 4,500 square feet of co-location space
June 8, 2010 (Omaha, Nebraska) – Scott Data Center today announced the expansion of co-location space in order to meet demand. Scott Pollard, Director of Operations said, “Scott Data Center’s original co-location space experienced accelerated growth which provided the business case for the recent addition of 4,500 square feet”. Pollard added, “The expansion enables Scott Data Center to keep pace with the growing demand for co-location space with the addition of 150 cabinets”.
This completely redundant, weather resistant facility opened in January 2006 and maintains a record of 100% uptime. With much of the facility serving enterprise level organizations, the Scott Data Center co-location is leveraging the high reliability, high capacity facility in support of small and mid size companies that may otherwise not have access to this type of business continuity. Single rack users, disaster recovery requirements as well as private suite primary data center operations are all represented within the facility.
“With the expansion of the co-location, rollout of our Internet services as well as soon to be announced managed services, we are demonstrating our continued commitment to enhancing the facility offering” said Ken Moreano, Executive Director. Moreano added, “The facility is home to industry, government and academic organizations. We continue to meet the most rigorous security standards and are now embarking on the next phase of the facility. We hope to share our future plans in the coming months.”
About Scott Data Center
Scott Data Center opened in January 2006 with a 50,000 square foot data center. In May 2008, the Scott Data Center added an additional 30,000 square feet of data center space. This 80,000 square foot, carrier neutral, 24/7 available facility is located in Omaha, Nebraska.
For additional information about Scott Data Center visit www.scottdatacenter.com