Links: Opengate Data, Phoenix NAP, Immedion

Opengata Data Systems opens Silicon Valley Office, ATI picks Phoenix NAP for disaster recovery, heathcare software solutions firm RcordQuest selects Immedion for managed services.

Colleen Miller

February 3, 2012

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Here's our review of some of this week's noteworthy links for the data center industry:

Opengate Data Systems Opens Silicon Valley Office - Opengate Data Systems, a Massachusetts company providing data center infrastructure solutions, has opened a new office in Palo Alto, California under the direction of Wenda Puzzo, Regional Sales Manager for Mountain & West Coast Regions. The Palo Alto office has the capability to provide solutions and services that maximize data center utilization as well as improve operational efficiency around today's critical challenge of power and cooling for owners and builders of high tech facilities, hospitals, government facilities, educational institutions and other mission critical facilities. Press release.

ATI Picks Phoenix NAP for Disaster Recovery - Assessment Technology Incorporated (ATI), a leading provider of online instructional improvement tools and data analysis, has selected the Phoenix NAP data center for its additional disaster recovery (DR) site. The group cited Phoenix NAP's full redundancy, multiple service providers and timely and professional staff as key influences in its decision to place its DR solution with Phoenix NAP. Press release.

Healthcare Software Firm Picks Immedion - RecordQuest, a Charleston based healthcare software solutions provider,  today announced it has selected Immedion’s Charleston data center to provide data center and managed services as part of an enhanced disaster recovery plan. The Charleston facility will be open early summer 2012. Immedion, with locations in Asheville, NC, as well as Greenville and Columbia, SC, is a leading provider of data center and managed hosting services. RecordQuest provides next generation release of information software and services to the healthcare industry allowing for the secure exchange of patient information between medical facilities and third-party entities including attorneys, insurance companies, other providers and federal and state agencies. Press release.

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