FORTRUST Adds Capacity to Support High Density Computing Demand

New capacity part of FORTRUST’s commitment to customer needs and servicing

Denver, Colorado, UNITED STATES

DENVER, Nov. 15, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FORTRUST, the nation’s only TIER III Gold certified colocation data center, has announced their latest expansion adding 1.5 MW of capacity in high density data modules. The expansion will help meet the growing demand for high density colocation services.

“We have seen an increase in customer demand for high density services driven by a variety of industries needing greater power and rack density,” says Robert D. McClary, COO at FORTRUST. “Many companies seek a Tier III Gold certified data center to help them grow their business. This expansion will allow us to continue to serve the growing high density needs of our customers’ just in time provisioning model.”

Based in Denver, Colorado, FORTRUST has one of the best reliability records in the industry. Since opening its doors on September 12, 2001, FORTRUST has maintained continuous critical systems uptime.

FORTRUST is one of the most progressive high-availability data center services providers in North America, serving clients across the globe who depend on colocation services for the critical lifeline of their business. FORTRUST was awarded a Tier III Gold Certification of Operational Sustainability and a Tier III Certification of Constructed Facility by Uptime Institute. FORTRUST Denver is the largest colocation data center in the region. FORTRUST offers agile, reliable, sustainable and secure raised floor and modular data center capacity for any-size enterprise supported by optimal power infrastructure and connectivity to safeguard mission-critical business services.


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