ViaWest continues its aggressive expansion, opening up its first Arizona data center in Phoenix. The company is seeing a lot of demand in the market from disaster recovery, re-locations from California as well as local, primary uses.
ViaWest powers a Top500 supercomputer and an extension for Webtrends in Oregon, Compass Raleigh-Durham receives LEED Gold, and FORTRUST is awarded the Uptime Institute's Management & Operations Stamp of Approval in Denver.
Online gaming is a huge industry. Nevada is leading the pack to legitimizing online gaming within U.S. borders, and Nevada data centers stand to benefit. Switch and ViaWest have earned state approval as hosting centers for online gaming.
ViaWest recently opened the doors at its new Lone Mountain Data Center in north Las Vegas. The Lone Mountain facility is the first Tier IV designed colocation facility in North America, according to the Uptime Institute. Check out our photo...