CHEYENNE, WY - 3/20/12 - Announced today, Green House Data has expanded its sustainable cloud hosting infrastructure to the West Coast city of Beaverton, OR, offering a geographically segregated secondary cloud location. The cloud hosting and colocation provider’s Oregon facility has all the same reliability standards and efficiency features to meet its green business model, including renewable energy powered and high cooling efficiency.
CHEYENNE, WY – 2/1/2012 – Cloud hosting and colocation provider, Green House Data, announced today that their infrastructure as a service product tops the chart for the fastest cloud in the Denver area. Testing was performed by Compuware via CloudSleuth.net, the company’s cloud performance testing application.
CHEYENNE, WY - 1/23/12 - Today Green House Data, a cloud hosting and colocation provider, announced that Thomas Burns, co-founder and Vice President, has been selected to speak at MSPWorld Conference and Expo this February 1st- 3rd in Miami. MSPWorld is the only event focused on supporting managed service providers.
CHEYENNE, WY - 1/9/12 – Green House Data, one of the nation’s first green data centers offering cloud hosting and colocation services, has partnered with mechanical and electrical engineering firm Deerns America for both their expertise in green data center design and for their patented Green Cooling for Data Centers (GC-DC©) air conditioning technology. This energy efficient data center will operate at levels 75% more efficient than the typical data center, according to the Uptime Institute survey in May 2011.
CHEYENNE, WY - December 16, 2011 - Announced today, Green House Data has increased their purchase of Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) by 100% in 2011. Due to the company’s exceptional growth of cloud hosting and colocation services, paired with their voluntary commitment to 100% renewable energy, Green House Data has expanded their green power purchase to 1.8M kWh. This annual electricity purchase is equivalent to avoiding 1,303 tons of carbon dioxide emissions, or in other words, eliminating the green house gas emissions of approximately 250 cars each year.