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TMCNet:  United States : TONAQUINT DATA Center plans for expanding its St. George facility [TendersInfo (India)]

[February 23, 2014]

United States : TONAQUINT DATA Center plans for expanding its St. George facility [TendersInfo (India)]

(TendersInfo (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) A K.H. Traveller project, Tonaquint Data Center, has declared regarding the booming of its St. George facility to about double its size, ability and services in storing backup data for big and small corporations.

Within Las Vegas and Provo, Tonaquint Data Center is the only Tier III data center facility, extending by 9,250 square feet to total 20,234 square feet.

Integrating IT infrastructure, connectivity solutions, disaster recovery, remote management services, colocation and more, Tonaquint Data Center renders services.

Our facility is a perfect solution for companies requiring a high level of system reliability and connectivity, said Matt Hamlin, CEO of Tonaquint. With state-of-the-art safety, security and climate stability, we are able to provide confidence that important information will stay safe from environmental and accidental incidents.

We are excited and proud to be able to offer strong connectivity options and services to our clients. This expansion offers increased availability of power, more redundancy, more opportunity for growth and a new diesel generator that will allow for total backup load of 6 megawatts to maintain minimum N-plus-1 standards.

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