Media Center

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02/18/2015
<strong>451 Research - Insight Report</strong> - ViaWest has begun construction on its third datacenter in the Portland market in Hillsboro, Oregon. The Brookwood datacenter will be a stand-­alone greenfield development facility that will provide over 200,000 gross square feet and 138,000 square feet of net sellable space when fully built out.
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02/17/2015
ViaWest recognized as vendor that powers, supports and protects today’s data centers through channel partners and takes exemplary approach to delivery of managed IT services.
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02/11/2015
Denver Business Journal writes, data center company ViaWest plans to expand its presence in Oregon by building a massive data center outside Portland, its third location in the state.
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02/11/2015
Data Center Knowledge writes, ViaWest is building a third data center in Oregon that will almost triple the size of its colocation footprint in the state. A healthy sales pipeline from both Oregon and California has the company building big.
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02/11/2015
The Denver Post blogs, "What happens when companies are acquired? If it’s ViaWest, it continues to grow."
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02/10/2015
New 200,000+ SQ FT Data Center Facility Located in the Heart of Oregon Protects Clients’ Mission Critical Business Operations
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02/09/2015
The Oregonian talks with Dave Leonard, ViaWest's Chief Data Center Officer, about ViaWest's new Brookwood Data Center. in Hillsboro, OR.
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02/03/2015
New Belgium Brewing Company has chosen ViaWest to outsource its business critical IT operations. By leveraging ViaWest’s enterprise-class KINECTed cloud computing platform, New Belgium gains increased network availability and seamlessly connects its brewing facilities across the United States.
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12/29/2014
Portland Tribune speaks on how Portland is a good place for data centers, and interviews Jim Linkous, ViaWest's Regional VP and General Manager for Oregon.
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12/29/2014
The Denver Post talks with Nancy Phillips, CEO of ViaWest and how not much has changed after ViaWest joined forces with Shaw Communications Inc. in July. Shaw Communications, a Canadian cable TV and Internet company, paid $1.2 billion for the Greenwood Village data-center builder. ViaWest is an independent, wholly owned subsidiary, she said. "And independent is key," Phillips points out. "Shaw recognized that at ViaWest, keeping it focused on the service it provides and having a sleek approach in how we go to market was very important."