Vaultas Companies, a provider of carrier-neutral colocation data centers in the Upper Midwest, has announced the official opening of its newest Tier III data center located in the historic Blatz Brewery Complex in downtown Milwaukee.
The new 10,000 Sq. Ft. facility would meet a growing need in the region for server and data colocation, primary and backup data center, data storage, cloud hosting services and application hosting.
Centrally located on Market Street in downtown Milwaukee, Vaultas’ new facility features almost 10,000 Sq. Ft. of colocation space and 48 hours of backup generator time, providing N+1 redundancy for all power and cooling systems, ensuring complete system availability in the event of any power outage or disaster.
Vaultas has multiple onsite fiber carriers, with direct access to the Milwaukee carrier HUB and more than 75 local, regional, national and international carriers allowing network access to anywhere in the world. With availability to more than 5 Mega Watts of commercial power capacity, Vaultas would be able to meet the power needs of the most demanding IT solutions or systems.
Vaultas Companies currently serves customers throughout Central Minnesota, across the Upper Midwest, and across the country from its headquarters in Minneapolis and its public colocation facilities in Alexandria, St. Cloud, Minneapolis, Fargo, North Dakota and now Milwaukee, Wisconsin.