Cheyenne, WY—February 10, 2011—Green House Data announced today that they have been named to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Green Power Leadership Club, an honor given to organizations that have significantly exceeded the Green Power Partnership’s minimum green power purchase. Green Power Leadership Club members must purchase ten times the partnership’s minimum requirement organization-wide. Green House Data has increased their 2011 green power purchase by more than double over their purchase in 2010. This significant increase is due to the company’s original green data center philosophy paired with the success of their cloud hosting and colocation services, which have attracted customers from around the world in recent years.
CHEYENNE, WY, (1/20/11) - Green House Data announced today that New Belgium Brewing has recently selected the Green House Cloud to host all their web services. Green House Data’s wind powered data center and cloud hosting services are a perfect match for the Ft. Collins, CO brewery, most famous for their Fat Tire Amber Ale. The two companies combine similarly aligned sustainability and environmental practices with industry leading products: great beer and a robust computing environment.
CHEYENNE, Wyoming (10/25/10) – Green House Data has been selected as a featured speaker for the 7x24 Exchange Fall Conference “Mission Critical Facilities: Leveraging Change.” This event is designed for companies involved with 7x24 infrastructures concerned with offering uninterrupted access to critical information.
CHEYENNE, Wyoming (4/26/10) – Green House Data has been selected as a featured speaker at “Building the Data Center of the Future,” a symposium sponsored by the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. This year’s event will focus on improving data center facilities’ ability to provide high-performance computing in a fault-tolerant, scalable and energy efficient manner.
CHEYENNE, Wyoming (04/01/10) – At a time when neighboring states are raising taxes on technology companies, Wyoming and Green House Data are causing more businesses to look across the border. New Wyoming tax incentives make Green House Data’s outsourced data center services more attractive to technology companies in neighboring states. A measure exempting data center operators from sales tax on the purchase of technology equipment was signed into law in March.