T5 Data Centers’ Facilities Receive ‘Uptime Institute Network’s Data Center Performance Award’

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T5 Data Centers, a U.S. colocation data center owner and operator, has announced that all five of its data center facilities have received the 2016 Uptime Institute Network’s Data Center Performance Award. Four data centers – T5@Atlanta, T5@LA, T5@Dallas, and T5@Kings Mountain – have received the award for the second year in a row, demonstrating 24 months of continuous, uninterrupted operations.

The Uptime Institute Network’s Data Center Performance Awards were implemented in 1998 to recognize member companies for maintaining continuous uptime of all IT equipment in their data centers.

uptime institute data center industry surveyT5 Data Centers joined the Uptime Institute Network in January 2014, and since then, all of the company’s data centers have qualified for the Data Center Performance Award. T5 Data Centers has never had an unplanned outage since the company began operations in 2012.

“Receipt of the Data Center Performance Awards is proof of T5 Data Centers’ ongoing commitment to providing customers with Total Availability – reliable operations without service interruptions,” said Mike Casey President of T5 Facilities Management. “Starting before we joined the Uptime Institute Network, we have maintained continuous operation at all of our facilities, thanks to proven best practices implemented by our team of dedicated, experienced IT professionals. T5 Data Centers is committed to providing the most reliable data centers and colocation facilities on the market, and we are delighted to have the Uptime Data Center Performance Award as independent evidence of our commitment to operational excellence.”