Cheyenne, Wyo. - March 19, 2018 - Cheyenne-based cloud hosting, colocation, and hybrid IT provider Green House Data and Powder River Energy Corporation (PRECorp) today announced a commitment of 25,000 megawatt hours of renewable energy credits, known as WyRECs, to be used across Green House Data’s nine nationwide data centers. Green House Data has participated in renewable energy credit (REC) programs since the company’s founding in 2007 and has taken advantage of WyRECs since 2014, when this initiative was launched.
Over the course of 2018, Green House Data will use renewable energy credits from the WyRECs program to offset energy consumption across each of its data centers, including at the company’s Cheyenne headquarters. Currently, Green House Data ranks #25 on the EPA’s Top 30 Tech and Telecom Green Power Partnership list.
Data center and cloud service provider creates new role to tackle increased demand, greater geographic coverage, and new product and service offerings
CHEYENNE, WY — January 11, 2018 — Green House Data, a leader in cloud hosting, colocation, hybrid IT, and managed services today announced Mark Fuqua’s appointment to Senior Vice President of Sales.
Mr. Fuqua comes to Green House Data with deep experience in IT business development, having previously served as Director of Business Development at Layered Technologies and Director of Compliant Solutions and Vice President of Enterprise Sales at Datapipe. With demonstrated success working with complex compute environments, regulatory compliance standards, and cloud services, he is well-positioned for Green House Data’s high-touch, service-oriented brand of infrastructure solutions.
National Service Provider Continues Expansion with Focus on DR, Private Cloud, and Managed Services
CHEYENNE, WY – December 20, 2017 – Green House Data, a national provider of cloud hosting, colocation, disaster recovery, and related managed IT services, today announced the acquisition of Disaster Recovery as a Service provider Assuritive, supplementing an already strong IT disaster recovery offering with additional infrastructure and resources.
“2017 has been a transformative year for Green House Data and we are eager to share that success with Assuritive customers,” said Green House Data President and CEO Shawn Mills. “IT infrastructure disaster recovery has long been one of our fastest growing services and this acquisition will not only improve our existing DRaaS offering, but also provide greater service and support options to Assuritive clients.”
National Provider of Cloud Hosting and Colocation Services Expands Infrastructure as a Service Offering to Denver
CHEYENNE, WY and DENVER, CO – November 9, 2017 – Green House Data, a leader in cloud hosting, colocation, hybrid IT, and managed services today announced the acquisition of Ajubeo, a Denver-based provider of infrastructure as a service (IaaS), including public, private, and hybrid cloud products. The Ajubeo customer list includes a strong presence in the Rocky Mountain region, as well as well-known international brands.
“We are continuing to execute on our aggressive growth strategy through strategic acquisition as well as new logo growth,” said Green House Data President and CEO Shawn Mills. “We’re now even better positioned to serve the Denver and other Front Range companies with high-touch, customer-focused cloud solutions while adding another edge location option for our existing customers.”
Sales and engineering integrate for a deep dive into prospective client infrastructure design
Cheyenne, WY — October 25, 2017 — Green House Data, a provider of cloud hosting, colocation, and hybrid IT today announced the launch of SpotLITE, an IT infrastructure discovery methodology that enables prospective customers and current clients to make data-driven decisions about their current and future deployments. Designed to right-size solutions, SpotLITE builds on Green House Data’s philosophy of “Built right. Just for you.”
The LITE in SpotLITE stands for “Listen, Implement, Test, Execute.”
SpotLITE uses deep examination and benchmarking of IT environments to create a roadmap for better application service delivery, connectivity, resilient infrastructure, and data storage.