CoSentry opens data center addition - Omaha.com
Published Thursday, November 14, 2013 at 2:00 pm / Updated at 2:02 pm
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CoSentry opens data center addition


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Cosentry, the Omaha-based data center services provider, said it has commissioned its newest expansion to the Omaha-Midlands Data Center in Papillion, effectively doubling the amount of available storage. The expanded space is now available.

“The need for highly reliable, secure and efficient data center facilities is a continuing trend here in the Midwest,” said Jason Black, Vice President of Data Center Services for Cosentry.

He said the firm is seeing demand from around the country because of its centers’ design and the local cost of power and favorable weather. “We will continue to scale our centers and invest in Omaha to fulfill these demands,” Black said.

The data center, originally built in 2010, was the first LEED Registered data center in the region. This week it was awarded Energy Star Certification for the second year in a row.

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