Peak 10 + ViaWest's Denver-area Compark data center offers unparalleled power density capabilities to serve growing customer needs.
Peak 10 + ViaWest today announced the acquisition of a 203,000-square foot data center in Collegeville, Pa., which will significantly expand the company’s data center footprint in the northeast region.
The hiring of IT industry veteran Patrick Doherty as CRO highlights the company’s commitment to supporting existing and new customer needs across its national and international markets.
Hawaiki Cable Selects Peak 10 + ViaWest Hillsboro, Ore. Data Center as US Point of Presence for Subsea Cable to New Zealand and Australia
Peak 10 + ViaWest today announced that its Brookwood data center in Hillsboro, Ore. was selected by Hawaiki Submarine Cable as its US point of presence.
High-capacity network connectivity delivers premium performance, reliability and service delivery on a national basis
The combined company is a leading national provider of Hybrid IT solutions with assets spanning 20 domestic and international markets.
ViaWest Equips Clients for Data-Driven Future Through Power Density Capabilities Surpassing 1,500 WPSF
ViaWest announced it can accommodate power densities of over 1,500 watts per square foot at its newest data centers across the United States.
Published by the Denver Business Journal – ViaWest President and CEO Nancy Phillips sits down with the Denver Business Journal to discuss the benefits of the planned acquisition by Peak 10.
Peak 10 Inc. (“Peak 10”), a portfolio company of GI Partners, and ViaWest, Inc. (“ViaWest”), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Shaw Communications Inc. (TSX:SJR.B; NYSE:SJR), today announced they have entered into a definitive agreement under which ViaWest will be acquired by Peak 10 for all-cash consideration of US$1.675 billion and the companies will combine.
Published by eWEEK – In this eWEEK slide show, Larry Novak, service manager for cloud recovery at ViaWest, highlights the key components of an effective disaster recovery plan.
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