CHEYENNE, WY – 10/22/2013 - Green House Data, a leader in infrastructure services including cloud hosting and colocation, and an EPA Top 100 Green Power Purchaser, will help develop an environmental leadership standard for computer servers. Cortney Thompson, Chief Technology Officer, has been selected to participate on the Joint Committee’s balanced stakeholder group assembled by Global Public Health Organization NSF International to develop the standard.
Green House Data, a leading provider of cloud hosting, colocation, and a VMware® vCloud powered partner, today announced it will break ground on a new data center in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The 35,000 square foot (sq ft) facility will be located at 340 Progress Circle, with the first phase of the project scheduled to be completed by the end of the first quarter 2014.
Green House Data chose the location in the Cheyenne Business Parkway for proximity to existing infrastructure and potential for growth. In addition, Wyoming offers protection from natural disasters, and the central location paired with Green House Data’s 100 gigabit per second (Gbps) network and carrier redundancy means low latency to data center hubs nationwide.
Green House Data, a leading provider of cloud hosting, colocation, and a VMware vCloud powered partner, today announced that it has ranked among the world’s Top 100 Cloud Service Providers (CSPs), according to Nine Lives Media’s third-annual Talkin’ Cloud 100 report.
In addition to honoring Green House Data, this year’s Talkin’ Cloud 100 report profiles:
Cloud Services Providers: CSPs offer SaaS (software as a service), infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and/or PaaS (platform as a service) to partners/customers.
Cloud Services Brokerages: CSBs, or cloud brokers, recommend and resell multiple cloud services to customers, and often integrate those services.
Cloud Services Aggregators: CSAs, or cloud aggregators, typically offer a portal that allows VARs and MSPs to source multiple third-party cloud services for customers.
MSPs (Managed Service Providers) with cloud services expertise: MSPs proactively monitor and manage customers’ on-premises and cloud based systems.
VARs (value-added resellers) with cloud services expertise: VARs offer a range of IT consulting, deployment, integration and management services to customers.
CHEYENNE, WYOMING – June 26, 2013 – Green House Data, a leader in infrastructure services including cloud hosting and colocation and a VMware vCloud Powered partner, today announced company president Shawn Mills will represent the company at the Second Annual Greater Chicago Data Center Summit.
The Summit will feature panels and breakout sessions geared towards data center real estate investors, developers, technology firms, end-users, and capital sources. Conference focus areas include the impact of the cloud on data center investment and development and trends among financial, healthcare, e-commerce, and education end-users.
CHEYENNE, WY – June 19, 2013 – The Wyoming Business Council, the state’s economic development agency, has successfully moved its data storage and web hosting from an out-of-state provider back to Wyoming. The Business Council chose Green House Data, a VMware® vCloud Powered partner, and cloud hosting leader, to provide managed cloud services that power content across the organization’s web and mobile sites.