Hitachi Data Systems was looking to relocate its U.S. data center to Colorado, given it has selected the area for nearly all incremental corporate growth. Based in California, the company opened a major operational hub in Colorado in 2013. Also, the company recognized that Colorado is an ideal location for data centers, given its low risk for natural disasters, abundant power and highly educated workforce.

In its evaluation of data centers in Colorado, HDS saw the ViaWest Compark Data Center in Denver quickly emerge as the region’s most cutting-edge colocation facility. With more than 140,000 square feet of raised floor, the Compark Data Center is designed to be concurrently maintainable and fault tolerant, ensuring businesses’ mission-critical data is always available. Its high-density facility offers unprecedented power usage effectiveness (PUE) efficiency, and superior network and cooling capabilities.

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