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Cobalt Data Centers Signs Cloud Provider

Data2Cloud, a Las Vegas-Based Cloud Solutions Provider, Chooses Cobalt for Colocation

LAS VEGAS, Feb. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Cobalt Data Centers announced today that Data2Cloud has chosen Cobalt Data Centers, Cheyenne campus, for colocation and Internet services. 

"We chose Cobalt Data Centers because of its design excellence," said Data2Cloud President Dan Wasiak. "The facility's high-availability, tri-redundant electrical design and broad network availability are important to emerging cloud providers like Data2Cloud.  And the customer care we receive from the Cobalt team is exceptional. The company's commitment to customer service is self-evident."

"Data2Cloud is a great client for Cobalt to showcase our design and network strengths," said Mike Ballard, chief executive officer of Cobalt Data Centers. "We are delighted Data2Cloud chose Cobalt Cheyenne for their colocation needs."

Cobalt Data Centers, Cheyenne campus is a new multi-tenant data center boasting state-of-the-art electrical and mechanical designs in a 5.5 megawatt, 34,000 square-foot facility in northwest Las Vegas. 

"Our Cobalt Cheyenne site is an example for the industry on how data centers can be designed and operated in alignment with community interest and environmental stewardship," said Ballard.

About Data2Cloud

Data 2Cloud focuses on simplifying backup and disaster recovery for all size businesses. Data2Cloud virtually manages computer networks and provides secure and compliant solutions for all size budgets with the highest customer care.  For more information, visit www.data2cloud.org.

About Cobalt Data Centers

Cobalt Data Centers is a data center development and operating company based in Las Vegas.  Cobalt Data Centers specializes in secure, high‐density, network‐rich collocation delivered with exceptional customer service. It is centrally located in a city and region known for having an extremely low instance of natural catastrophes and extremely high connectivity. Its executives are experienced in all aspects of data center construction and management. For more information, visit www.cobaltdatacenters.com.         

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