Arsalon Technologies recently announced opening of Phase two of their Lenexa data center because of the increasing demand of cloud hosting solutions and IT outsourcing. The Arsalon hosting facility expansion will be made available for clients and will create up to 25 new positions.
Data centers for the companies have become a way to avoid high costs which occur due of managing own hosting facilities. Arsalon’s services are giving the clients the ability to do a smooth transition from their current infrastructure to cloud computing.
Arsalon’s expansion plan involves the installation of two-1.5MW Cummins generators with paralleling switch gears and redundant chillers, A/C units and UPS units. The project planning and construction is headed by Rand Construction, a national expert in critical facilities. Also on the team are Burns & McDonnell and Heartland Electric.
“The demand for high quality data center infrastructure and enterprise class hosting services has continued to be strong,” said Arsalon CEO, Gary Hall. “Our clients require scalable power and bandwidth. They need a reliable solution for their IT operations and we help them do it in a capital-efficient way. Our track record of continual growth over the past ten years reflects our ability to problem solve and consistently provide innovative, secure hosting solutions for our new and current client base.”
The new data center is conveniently situated in Kansas City, has an abundant supply of power and internet connectivity and is looking forward to attract regional companies to create high skilled job opportunities over the next 24 months.
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