Las Vegas, Nevada-based Cobalt (News - Alert) Cheyenne Data Center, a state-of-the-art, multi-tenant data center, is less than a month old, having opened its doors just last month. But that didn’t stop Networx, a key player in the local IT market, from putting its trust on Cobalt and selecting its new facility for its colocation needs.
And this isn’t without reason.
This strategically located Tier 3-compliant data center incorporates a high density and energy-efficient infrastructure that is ideal for the most complex, power-hungry applications.
The 34,000-square-foot, 5.5 MW, state-of-the-art facility boasts system + system redundancy and is supported by 24/7 customer service.
“We are excited to have a highly available and efficient data center like Cobalt Cheyenne. Cobalt has great network connectivity and is highly redundant on its power systems. The facility is a friendly environment and the company’s commitment to customer service is very evident,” CTO at Networx, Gary Kohut, noted in a statement.
Networx offers consultation on the areas of network design, enhancement and maintenance. The company’s service portfolio includes desktop support, network cabling, network monitoring and Web hosting. Thus, Networx was on the lookout for a data center facility that can handle the power-hungry applications of its customers in a highly energy-efficient manner, and Cheyenne Data Center fitted the bill perfectly.
“This facility can handle the most complex, power-hungry applications in a highly energy efficient manner – something that is very important for us and our customers,” Kohut added.
In a news statement, Cobalt said the new contract from Networx has given it an opportunity to demonstrate its competitive advantages in the Las Vegas’ colocation market.
“Networx is an important player in the local IT market and a great example for Cobalt to showcase our design and network strengths in comparison to our peers in Las Vegas,” said the CEO at Cobalt Data Centers.
A few weeks ago, Cobalt Data Centers announced its acquisition of a new client in Data2Cloud, a backup and disaster recovery solutions provider, for its Cheyenne data center facility.