Dell Grows Cloud Power with Washington State Data Center

Posted by at 11:34 am on February 16, 2012

Dell has kicked off its latest data center in Quincy, Washington to support it growing Cloud plans for customers of all sizes.

Offering redundant network connectivity, the facility is set to provide cloud solutions to the company’s North American customers.

In the press release, Dell Services executive director Partrick Mooney said his company was “proud to be listed as one of the top Green IT companies in the world.”

“Our efforts to optimize the Power Usage Effectiveness at our Western Technology Center appeals to customers who want to consider the impact to the environment when configuring their IT solutions and to our environmentally conscious team members who participate in green initiatives across Dell,” Mooney went on to say.

Specific services of the facility include data storage, disaster recovery, private and hybrid clouds, enhanced security and management.

Data Center Knowledge reported the data center  encompasses 40 thousand square feet which is just part of the project’s first phase. Dell says the facility offers “backup-up emergency power generation” and relies on an “uninterruptable power supply.”

The data center’s opening follows an April 2011 announcement by Dell revealing that it would be investing $1 billion towards cloud solutions.

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