ViaWest accelerates its data center expansion due to demand in Dallas

Roy Dimoff, chairman and CEO of ViaWest

Infotech Lead America: ViaWest, a data center, cloud computing and managed service providers in North America, has accelerated its expansion plans due to the amount of demand for services in the Dallas region.

“Phase Three of our Synergy Park build-out will enhance site resiliency through increased power and cooling capacities. We are pleased to see such strong demand for our services and look forward to serving more of the region’s thriving,” said Roy Dimoff, chairman and CEO of ViaWest.

Celebrating the one-year anniversary of its Synergy Park data center in Richardson, Texas, ViaWest said the 85,000 square foot facility offers high density power configurations, high capacity network access, disaster recovery office space, and the latest in efficient cooling technologies.

“We’re thrilled to have attracted so many diverse customers to Synergy Park this past year. Our high-touch customer support model combined with our hybrid solution approach drive our success. Clients, no matter the size, can mix and match services to suit their needs,” said John Greenwood, regional vice president of Sales and general manager for ViaWest.

At present, the Synergy Park data center is offering services to industry verticals such as financial services, manufacturing, transportation, healthcare services; high technology and higher education.

ViaWest is offering services such as colocation, cloud computing and managed services.

Over the last year, the company launched a Network Attached Storage product as part of its KINECTed Storage line in cooperation with NetApp, and 3PAR Storage Area Network services. In addition, ViaWest added multiple telecommunications carriers into the site and three redundant 10-Gigabit pathways to ViaWest’s Stemmons Freeway data centers in Dallas.

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