Technology Association of Georgia : Green House Data Completes Rebranding of Cirracore

Written by Technology Association of Georgia on Thursday, May 25th 2017

Green House Data, a leader in cloud hosting, colocation, hybrid IT, and managed data center services, today announced the completion of rebranding of Cirracore, an Atlanta-based enterprise cloud hosting provider. Read full article...


Wyoming Business Report: Simulated cyber-attack shows need for companies to have incident response plan

Written by Wyoming Business Report on Monday, May 22nd 2017

Cortney Thompson, Green House Data, acted as the company CTO. He urged companies to classify the levels of breaches and data that could be targeted to provide an appropriate response as quickly as possible. If a data breach occurs, Thompson asked companies to consider if they have procedures in place to contact those impacted by the breach, if they are prepared to pay for the cost of monitoring customer credit and if there is a plan in place to review what happened to assure it doesn’t happen again. Read full article...


HostSearch: Cloud Hosting Services Provider Green House Data Receives Substantial Credit Line

Written by HostSearch on Monday, May 22nd 2017

Cloud hosting services provider Green House Data has announced it has received a substantial credit line. Read full article...


Data Center Frontier: Green House Data Seeking Acquisitions, New Markets

Written by Data Center Frontier on Thursday, May 18th 2017

Green House Data is going shopping. The growing service provider has lined up funding to accelerate its plans to grow through acquisition, and says it is seeking deals that will expand its geographic footprint and service delivery. Read full article...


Wyoming Business Report: Green House Data secures $16M line of credit

Written by Wyoming Business Report on Thursday, May 18th 2017

Green House Data, a leader in cloud hosting, colocation, hybrid IT, and managed services received a new $16,000,000 credit facility from Post Road Group, a privately held investment firm based in Stamford, CT. Read full article...


Datacenter Dynamics: Green House Data gets $16m loan to advance growth strategy

Written by Datacenter Dynamics on Thursday, May 18th 2017

Wyoming’s retail colo and Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider Green House Data has secured a $16m credit facility from private investment firm Post Road Group, in view of expanding its geographic footprint and service portfolio. Usually turning to individual investors or using its own funds, the company sought out a lender “with greater resources,” in order to make bolder acquisitions. Read full article...


Datacenter Dynamics: New factors determine data center location

Written by Datacenter Dynamics on Monday, May 15th 2017

Over the past ten years, data centers have been steadily moving away from major metro areas in favor of remote locations. According to a recent report on the benefits of edge data centers by Green House Data, 47 percent of service providers need lower latency to better serve local markets, and 52 percent cited lower bandwidth costs from shorter backbone transport as they seek to expand the edge of the network and provide connectivity closer to end-users. Read full article...


Cloud Strategy Magazine: Security Expert Fred Tanzella Named As CTO Of Green House Data

Written by Cloud Strategy Magazine on Wednesday, April 26th 2017

Green House Data has announced the appointment of security expert Fred Tanzella to chief technology officer (CTO). Read full article...


Channel Partners Online: Green House Data Expands To Southeast With Cirracore Acquisition

Written by Channel Partners Online on Monday, April 17th 2017

At last week’s Channel Partners Conference & Expo, Joe Kozlowicz, Green House Data’s content and community engagement manager, told us his company has been looking at the Southeast for a while in terms of expansion. Read full article...


Datacenter Dynamics: Green House Data to buy Cirracore

Written by Datacenter Dynamics on Thursday, April 13th 2017

As part of a geographic expansion strategy, retail colocation and infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider Green House Data has signed an acquisition agreement with Atlanta’s VMware-based enterprise cloud provider Cirracore. Read full article...


Cloud Strategy Magazine: Green House Data Acquires Cirracore

Written by Cloud Strategy Magazine on Thursday, April 13th 2017

Green House Data has announced the acquisition of Cirracore, an Atlanta-based infrastructure provider of enterprise-ready Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and hybrid cloud products. The Cirracore customer list includes a strong presence in the Southeast as well as large national and international brands. Read full article...


Wyoming Tribune Eagle: Cheyenne’s Green House Data acquires Atlanta company

Written by Wyoming Tribune Eagle on Thursday, April 13th 2017

Cheyenne-based Green House Data has purchased Cirracore, an infrastructure provider of hybrid cloud products and other services based in Atlanta. Read full article...


Data Center Frontier: Green House Data Expands to Atlanta With Cirracore Acquisition

Written by Data Center Frontier on Wednesday, April 12th 2017

Colocation and cloud hosting provider Green House Data continues to build its national footprint. Today the company announced the acquisition of Cirracore, an Atlanta-based infrastructure provider of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and hybrid cloud products. Read full article...


Channelnomics: Today’s channel rundown - 12 April 2017

Written by Channelnomics on Wednesday, April 12th 2017

Daily tech news and analysis channel partners need to know now, including VMware's acquisition, HPE's containers, Green House Data's expansion and more. Read full article...


Wyoming Business Report: Green House Data acquires Cirracore, expands to southeast

Written by Wyoming Business Report on Wednesday, April 12th 2017

Green House Data, the Wyoming-based leader in cloud hosting, colocation, hybrid IT and managed services today announced the acquisition of Cirracore, an Atlanta-based infrastructure provider of enterprise-ready Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and hybrid cloud products. Read full article...


Data Center Post: Wendy Fox, VP of Marketing at Green House Data, on Company Success, Aging Data Centers and DCW

Written by Data Center Post on Tuesday, April 4th 2017

Green House Data Vice President of Marketing Wendy Fox recently spoke to Data Center POST about the company’s plans for Data Center World, April 3-6 in Los Angeles. Ms. Fox also shares a striking revelation about aging facilities, and discusses the expansion of Green House Data’s managed offerings and approach to corporate responsibility. Read full article...


Dossier - Hemispheres Magazine: The Innovators

Written by Dossier - Hemispheres Magazine on Tuesday, April 4th 2017

One of the most exciting developments in Wyoming over the last decade or so has been its emergence as a data center destination, drawing investment from both outside the state and though homegrown companies such as Green House Data. Read full article...


Data Center Frontier: Iron Mountain Energy Deal Highlights Greening of Colo Sector

Written by Data Center Frontier on Monday, April 3rd 2017

Smaller colocation providers are also now focusing on green power offerings. In addition to Iron Mountain, colocation providers Green House Data and vXchange have also procured meaningful amounts of renewable energy. Both companies made the Environmental Protection Agency’s ranking of the top 30 tech and telecom users of renewable energy, along with Digital Relaty, Equinix, Iron Mountain and 1&1 Internet. Read full article...


Wired: Why You Should Put Your Supercomputer in Wyoming

Written by Wired on Friday, March 31st 2017

So after NCAR set up its homebase, it was rather natural that Microsoft brought its business to the same supercomputing center, expanded thrice—including a $200 million expansion in 2015—and whipped up the first zero-carbon data center, which keeps its lights on with fuel cells fed by biogas. EchoStar Communications, a digital broadcaster, announced it would build a 77,000-square-foot data center here in 2010. And Wyoming-bred Green House Data finished a $35 million expansion in 2014. Read full article...


Fossbytes: Top Three Ways Data Centers Are Going Green

Written by Fossbytes on Wednesday, March 29th 2017

With a rise in renewable energy within the tech world, companies have sought to transform their outdated, fossil fuel-dependent business models into clean energy-reliant models which reflect the world around them and the emphasis on environmental awareness this world hopes to make clear. Read full article...

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