ViaWest, the leading colocation, managed services, and cloud provider in North America, continues to expand in important markets throughout the U.S. With that mission in mind, the company proudly announces the opening of its latest data center in Phoenix, Arizona.
Designed to meet the most stringent requirements, ViaWest’s Phoenix data center offers more than 40,000 square feet of raised floor and has been engineered with the latest in UPS power equipment and energy efficient cooling systems to support both production and disaster recovery.
ViaWest’s Arizona market expansion will be led by industry veteran Chris Parsons. “Chris has 20 years of leadership experience in technology sales, 10 of them in the Phoenix market. His knowledge of the local business community and experience opening data centers position him to build the ViaWest brand in Phoenix and beyond,” states Christopher Rajiah, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at ViaWest.
“ViaWest’s broad portfolio of infrastructure solutions will be a welcome addition in the Phoenix market,” comments Chris Parsons. “We are the first local provider to offer a robust portfolio of IT infrastructure solutions, which scale to meet customers’ growth and compliance requirements. I am excited to join the ViaWest team capitalize on this opportunity.”
Positioned in a low-risk natural disaster region, ViaWest’s Phoenix data center offers:
- Multiple medium voltage (12.47kV class) utility power feeds
- 10 MW redundant, fault tolerant diesel power generation capacity
- 2(N+1) 5.4 MW redundant, fault tolerant UPS capacity
- 250+Watts/square footage high density capability
- 500,000 gallon on-site chilled water storage for continuous cooling
- Industry leading customer service and support
For more information about its robust infrastructure-as-as-service solutions, please visit www.viawest.com.