CoSentry Kansas Facility Achieves Energy Star

One of cloud and Co-location service provider CoSentry has achieved Energy Star certification from US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). CoSentry Lenexa Kansas data center has achieved this certification. This announcement was made by facility’s lead tenant, Catapult International. CoSentry data centers have received two Energy Star certifications in less than a month. CoSentry Omaha, Nebraska facility had attained Energy Star Certification in December. Apart from these data center CoSentry owns and operates data centers in South Dakota and Missouri.

Facility manager of CoSentry National Data Center Scott Capps said, “not only is it an award that that demonstrates our commitment to low cost, low impact energy usage, but it also puts us in an excellent position to continue [its] LEED certification process.” Catapult Chief Instructional Officer David Luttrell said, “Having the Energy Star certification affirms our commitment to the environment.”

CoSentry has invested $30 million in the Kansas data center and attracted many local clients because of the financial incentives from the state. This certification will definitely benefit Catapult, as it has a reputation for being environmentally


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CoSentry Online is one of the leading providers of managed technical services, cloud computing and data center facility. CoSentry Online has been serving its customers for over 10 years. CoSentry Online provides business class services including virtual servers, high capacity internet, storage platform, technical helpdesk and co-location. CoSentry Online has data center facilities in Omaha, Nebraska, Sioux Falls, SD, Kansas City, Mo, Papillion, NE and Lenexa, KS.

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