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Green House Data Expands National Cloud Hosting Presence to the East Coast

Cheyenne, WY, December 12, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Green House Data, a leading cloud hosting and colocation services provider, today announced the expansion of their gBlock cloud, a VMware vCloud™ Powered Service, into Newark, New Jersey. Partnering with DuPont Fabros Technology and Net2EZ, the world’s greenest cloud now also has a home on the East Coast. The Newark gBlock cloud will provide a cornerstone for nationwide access to production cloud environments and cloud disaster recovery. Green House Data brings the same customer service standards, competitive pricing, and sustainability efforts to Newark as in the company’s other locations in Cheyenne, Wyoming and Portland, Oregon.

“The Green House Data cloud now blankets the entire nation,” said Shawn Mills, president, Green House Data. “We are proud to give our customers a geographically diverse cloud that is highly available, load balanced across locations, and provides additional failover in the case of an unforeseen event.”

The move grows the Green House Data cloud to cover the United States from coast to coast, ensuring excellent access in North America and Europe, and providing cloud infrastructure as a service options to those organizations who must have low latency, high performance access to their applications at all times.

“Because we are able to provide multiple, nationwide access points, our customers are able to reach their customers, faster, no matter where they are in North America or the Eurozone,” said Mills.

Green House Data’s Newark location is over 175,000 square feet, solar-powered, rated Gold LEED, and maintains the company’s commitment to a 100% SLA, a PUE of 1.3 or below, and environmental responsibility. It is a SSAE 16 - Type II compliant data center. The facility also recently earned the distinctive Certificate of Environmental Stewardship from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.

About Green House Data
Green House Data is a cloud hosting and colocation services provider with highly energy efficient, green data centers located across the country. The company helps its clients reduce the pressure that comes with lower IT budgets and increasingly high demands. Green House Data is a certified VMware service provider, SSAE 16 – Type II and HIPAA compliant, as well as an EPA Green Power Partner. Visit the website, www.GreenHouseData.com, to learn more, view demos, or request a free cloud trial.

Contact Information:
Green House Data
Wendy Fox
866.995.3282 ext 134
Contact via Email
www.greenhousedata.com

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