Green House Data Opens Data Center in New Jersey

                Green House Data one of the cloud hosting and colocation providing company has opened its first east coast data center in Piscataway, New Jersey. This new facility will be operated by DuPont Fabros Technology. This new facility will expand company’s data center footprint in the United States. Green House’s other data center facilities are located in Portland, Cheyenne, Oregon and Wyoming. Green House focuses mainly on providing sustainable hosting environments and the world’s greenest cloud.

                President of Green House Data Shawn Mills said, “The Green House Data cloud now blankets the entire nation. We are proud to give our customers a geographically diverse cloud that is highly available, load balanced across locations, and provides additional failover in the case of an unforeseen event. Because

we are able to provide multiple, nationwide access points, our customers are able to reach their customers, faster, no matter where they are in North America or the Eurozone.

                This move from Green House Data helps to cater its customers from coast to coast ensuring access to Europe and North America.

About Green House Data:

                Green House Data is one of the companies which provide enterprise quality cloud infrastructure along with high quality support and services. Green House Data has installed latest cooling technology, four layers of security stand at entrance with 24/7/365 monitoring facility, state of art fire detection system supported with clean agent gaseous suppression system.

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