ViaWest Adds Cloud Node to Help Clients Better Serve Rocky Mountain Customers

ViaWest has launched a new cloud node in the Colorado region, enabling Rocky Mountain users to access applications more efficiently. Hosted from the ViaWest Compark Data Center, the new cloud node would bring lower latency, premium connectivity and advanced hardware for clients serving the Rocky Mountain region.

Cloud solutions delivered include private, public and compliant clouds, disaster recovery, and managed services for public hyperscale cloud providers, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS Cloud), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud.

viawest data centers“This cloud node enables our clients to achieve speed, scale and efficiency and is connected to our network of cloud nodes and data centers located across the country by our high speed national backbone,” said Gunnar Stinnett, Vice President of Sales for the Rocky Mountain Region. “This investment enhances our ongoing commitment to serving clients in our home state of Colorado.”

ViaWest operates and manages five data centers in Colorado, offering a combined raised floor capacity of over 278,000 square feet. The Compark Data Center opened in Centennial in 2014 and features an energy efficient Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) figure of 1.3 and power density capabilities of more than 1,500 watts per square foot.Supporting a wide range of connectivity, the OSA-F60 is available in a range of SAN configurations including 8x8G-FC, 4x16G-FC, 4x48G-Ethernet or 4x56G-Infiniband. Ethernet ports can be bonded for increased performance.

 

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