Green House Data to Host Grand Opening Celebration of New Cheyenne Data Center

Written by Wendy Fox on Wednesday, July 16th 2014 — Categories: Cloud Hosting, Colocation

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead Will Give Remarks Prior to Reception

CHEYENNE, WY – 07/14/2014 - Green House Data, a leader in IT infrastructure services including cloud hosting and colocation and an EPA Top 100 Green Power Purchaser, will cut the ribbon at their new data center facility in Cheyenne on July 30th, 2014. The Grand Opening celebration will include remarks from Wyoming Governor Matt Mead and CEO Shawn Mills.

The new 35,000 square foot facility was constructed in partnership with fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty and increases the Cheyenne footprint of Green House Data by 250%. With over $30 million invested, the building will be staffed by 28 permanent employees on opening day. Data center space is available immediately.

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Small Business Administration Presents Shawn Mills with Spirit of Wyoming Award

Written by Wendy Fox on Wednesday, May 14th 2014

LARAMIE, WY - May 14, 2014 - The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) honored Green House Data at the 2014 e2e Wyoming Annual Conference on May 13th in Laramie. Matt Varilek, the SBA Region VIII Administrator, presented Green House Data president Shawn Mills with the SBA Small Business “Spirit of Wyoming” award.

“We are excited to recognize Shawn Mills and his team at Green House Data for their leadership in Wyoming's growing technology sector, and for their commitment to executing their vision in a sustainable way,” said SBA Wyoming District Office Director Amy Lea.

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Green House Data Selected As Finalist for Denver Small Business of the Year

Written by Wendy Fox on Tuesday, May 6th 2014

DENVER, CO—May 6, 2014—Green House Data, a leading data center services provider offering VMware cloud hosting, colocation, and managed IT solutions, has been announced as a finalist by the Denver Chamber of Commerce for the 2014 Small Business of the Year Award. This is the second consecutive year the company has been selected for the Business Awards; in 2013 the company was a contender for Green Business of the Year. The Chamber will announce the winner on Friday, May 23rd at the annual Awards Luncheon.

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Shawn Mills of Green House Data to Speak At AFCOM Data Center World

Written by Wendy Fox on Friday, April 25th 2014

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CHEYENNE, WYOMING – April 25, 2014 – 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 speak at AFCOM’s Data Center World Global Conference 2014 in Las Vegas.

The conference is one of the largest of its kind for data center and facilities management professionals, with a thematic focus on critical data center infrastructure. Education tracks include data center management, facilities management, and specialized panels covering topics like the software defined data center and power generation.

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Green House Data Bolsters Its Board of Directors In Response To National Growth

Written by Wendy Fox on Tuesday, April 15th 2014

Two Technology Veterans Have Joined Cloud Hosting and Colocation Provider

Cheyenne, WY—April 15, 2014—Green House Data, a leader in infrastructure services including cloud hosting and colocation, today announced that its board of directors has appointed two new members. Joining the board are Sam E. Galeotos, former CEO and president of Galileo International; and J. Todd Raymond, Executive Chairman of Allied Fiber and former CEO of Telx.

“We are thrilled to welcome both Mr. Raymond and Mr. Galeotos to the board of directors,” said Shawn Mills, President and founding member of Green House Data. “With their combined successes at service-oriented technology companies, I am confident they will contribute to Green House Data’s mission of delivering high performance, custom technology from the most environmentally efficient data centers in the country.”

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