Front Range Companies Looking North For Colocation Alternative

Written by Wendy Fox on Wednesday, November 11th 2009

CHEYENNE, Wyoming (11/03/09) – Denver-based companies are finding out just how close Cheyenne, Wyoming, is to the Mile High City and how much more affordable IT services like colocation and managed hosting can be with a hop, skip and a jump up I-25. With lower costs of real estate, electricity and staff resources in Cheyenne, as well as abundant, clean wind energy to power the facility more efficiently, the big city Denver enterprises are looking to their smaller town neighbors to the north to find the right data center and hosting solutions. Located in Cheyenne, Green House Data is a great example of a provider offering cost savings and hometown service to Denver businesses.

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Green House Data to Present Virtual Tour at Data Center World in October 2009

Written by Wendy Fox on Tuesday, August 18th 2009

CHEYENNE, Wyoming—(8/18/09) – Data Center World, the largest global event of its kind and one of the 50 fastest growing tradeshows in the US, has selected Green House Data to lead a virtual tour during its conference. The conference is a leading educational event for data center professionals. The data center association AFCOM is presenting the event and they are considered the premier data center association and represent more than 4,500 data centers globally.

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Green House Data Delivers Outsourced Data Center Solution To National Outdoor Leadership School

Written by Wendy Fox on Tuesday, March 24th 2009

CHEYENNE, Wyoming—(3/24/09) – Green House Data’s wind powered facility was selected by the National Outdoor Leadership School to provide energy efficient outsourced data center services to the institution.

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Wyoming’s First Commercial Data Center Goes Green

Written by Wendy Fox on Tuesday, November 27th 2007

CHEYENNE, WY—(11/27/07) – Green House Data announced its plan to develop the state’s first commercial enterprise-class data center facility in Cheyenne, Wyoming.  The company’s ‘green’ data center facility is one of the nation’s only 100% renewable energy powered data centers.  However, the data center’s ‘greenness’ doesn’t equate to higher costs.  Exactly opposite, the company is investing in energy efficiency technologies in order to be the region’s low cost facility that happens to have a zero carbon footprint.

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