PeakExpands Raleigh Facility

Peak 10 Expands Raleigh Facility

Energy is an energy company based in Raleigh with more than 21,000 megawatts of generation capacity and $9 billion in annual revenues. PowerSecure International says it a provider of energy management and conservation solutions to utilities and their commercial, institutional and industrial customers. Peak 10 says its power solution was built to be scalable on both the generator and utility levels, eliminating future power constraints due to load growth. As part of the expansion, the company has also doubled its raised floor space due to its success in the Triangle and Triad markets.

collaboration with our trusted partners provides the highest level of services and support for our valued customers, says Greg Rollet, Peak 10 regional vice president, market operations. most recent enhancements to the Raleigh facility are further proof of Peak 10 commitment to remain the most progressive and technologically advanced data center facility in the region. 10 owns and operates data centers in nine markets including Cincinnati, Atlanta, Raleigh and Charlotte, Tampa, Nashville and Louisville.

Considering the current tumultuous economic situation, data center launches and expansions seem to not have been affected, on a local and international scale.

Earlier this week at BroadGroup Data Centre Asia 2008 Conference in Singapore, new research was shared that suggests the the global economic downturn will not dampen enterprise spending on data centers and data center outsourcing in Asia.

Peak 10 expansion follows an announcement on Friday by South African network provider Vodacom Business that it has launched its new 100 million South African rand data center in Johannesburg.

And on Thursday, telecommunications provider SureWest announced it has completed converting a new data center in Citrus Heights, California, which marks the company second equipment colocation and data center for business customers.