AAA Unit Selects i/o Data Centers

Colocation and wholesale data center provider i/o Data Centers has been selected to operate a corporate data center for AAA Northern California, Nevada & Utah (AAA NCNU). The new data center space will house mission-critical IT systems to support the organization’s 4.2 million members.

“We chose i/o Data Centers because they have the expertise and capability to help us migrate our first data center and support our IT operational needs in a timely manner,” said Kory Jensen, Director of Data Center Services for AAA NCNU. “The team at i/o Data Centers and the facilities they operate more than meet our needs and will help us deliver quality service to our members.”

i/o Data Centers’ operates several data centers, including its new Phoenix ONE data center, which includes 538,000 square feet of space in racks dedicated tenant pods or high-density server cabinets that can support power loads of up to 2,500 watts a square foot.

“We are pleased to be able to serve AAA NCNU’s data center needs,” said George Slessman, CEO, i/o Data Centers. “We have engineered our data centers to address the complex IT needs of large enterprise clients like AAA NCNU. Our facilities are designed, built and operated to provide highly reliable power, network connectivity and access control. Companies like AAA NCNU choose i/o Data Centers because of our ability to meet and exceed their specific service-level requirements.”

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Rich Miller is the founder and editor at large of Data Center Knowledge, and has been reporting on the data center sector since 2000. He has tracked the growing impact of high-density computing on the power and cooling of data centers, and the resulting push for improved energy efficiency in these facilities.

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