DataBank's Dallas Data Center Nearing Completion

                DataBank is a leading provider of services that are designed to help to help customer organization to manage their risk and improve business performance and customized co-location. DataBank is aimed to offer 100% up-time for applications, equipment and data. DataBank has constructed few world-class data center facilities which deliver

customers a premium environment with multi-terabyte internet access and storage area. Customized technology performance solutions from DataBank are designed to help its customers effectively manage risk and improve their technology performance.

               DataBank announced the company”s latest facility in Richardson, Texas will be completed on schedule and will begin its operation in January. This new facility is now open for customers seeking for diverse locations and zero-downtime solutions to deploy their critical IT programs. This new facility in Dallas features 130, 000 data center space, high density network and power connectivity.

                DataBank Founder and Vice president of sales Jerry Blair said, “This facility offers a unique choice for businesses interested in a premium data center option within the attractive North Dallas technology corridor. Our solid reputation for delivering top-tier service and support has resulted in very strong demand for us to expand our presence, here in the region. The new facility represents a commitment by DataBank to provide the best option for Enterprise and Cloud computing clients who have zero-tolerance for downtime.”

                This new data center from DataBank has been configured to house 10, 000 raised floor; this allows company to deliver customized space which can be directed to meet customer’s requirements. Dallas facility will be powered by 20MW power configured in two 10MW feeds which allow 100% up-time for critical applications and infrastructures.

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