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ViaWest Appoints Bob Newman as Chief Operating Officer

DENVER, CO -- (Marketwire) -- 01/24/13 -- ViaWest, one of the largest privately held data center, cloud computing and managed service providers in North America, announces that Bob Newman has been appointed as the company's Chief Operating Officer. Newman will be responsible for ViaWest's operations, including data center management, service delivery, service support, information technology, engineering, security, compliance and customer relations.

"ViaWest's commitment to technical and service excellence starts with its people and it's an honor to lead our Service Management and Support department," states Newman. "This group goes above and beyond for our customers on a day-to-day basis. 2012 was a standout year for the company, with growth across each of our regions and significant additions to our product portfolio. Building on ViaWest's strong foundation, 2013 will be a year of continued momentum and growth."

"We are excited to elevate Bob to Chief Operating Officer," says Nancy Phillips, President and CEO of ViaWest. "His extensive experience and expertise will be critical as he spearheads ViaWest's operations and its customer-centric focus on service excellence."

Newman joined ViaWest in 2010 as Senior Vice President of Service Delivery. His previous information technology management experience includes leadership roles at the LDS Church in Salt Lake City and with Infocrossing, a selective IT outsourcing company, where he succeeded in earning positive customer satisfaction ratings while achieving revenue growth and margin improvement.

For additional information on Bob Newman and other ViaWest executives, please visit http://www.viawest.com/about-viawest/our-people/management.

For more information on ViaWest's highly redundant data centers and secure infrastructure services, please visit www.viawest.com.

About ViaWest
ViaWest is one of the largest privately held data center service providers in North America, providing colocation, complex hosting, cloud, and managed services to businesses of all sizes nationwide. ViaWest owns and operates 24 enterprise-class data center facilities in Colorado, Texas, Oregon, Utah, and Nevada, delivering high-quality, flexible solutions designed to support customers' unique business needs. For additional information on ViaWest, please visit www.viawest.com or call 1-877-448-9378. Follow ViaWest on LinkedIn, Twitter or visit their YouTube channel.

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