Peak 10 Opens Another Data Center in Atlanta

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Charlotte, N.C.-based Peak 10 opened its third data center in the Atlanta area this week, responding to demand for its cloud and data center services.

Adding to Peak 10’s 35,000-square-foot local presence, the opening of its Alpharetta, Georgia, facility marks the first complete phase of three 15,000-square-foot data center expansions to accommodate growth.

(left to right) Mike Potts, CEO of Lancope; David Jones, chairman & CEO of Peak 10; Angela Haneklau, VP/GM of Peak 10’s Atlanta operations; David Belle Isle, Mayor of Alpharetta; Tino Mantella, president & CEO of the Technology Association of Georgia; and Brandon Beach, Georgia State Senator.“With the Atlanta market, we are witnessing a remarkable shift as this region becomes a magnet for technology and innovation driven by advancements of data-centric sectors from finance and mobility to logistics, retail and health-care IT," said David Jones, chairman & CEO of Peak 10. “The convergence of these markets – supported by data center and cloud services – creates boundless growth potential for us and our customers here. As the region continues to expand, we will remain deeply interested and invested in their success."

The  facility’s first fully operational tenant is Lancope Inc., an Alpharetta-based provider of network visibility and security intelligence through contextual security analytics.

Peak 10’s Alpharetta facility offers businesses a large office space to accommodate employee and customer growth as well as disaster-recovery (DR) space to accommodate business continuity needs, a high reliability power grid, diverse redundant power feeds, compliance with SSAE 16, PCI and HIPAA/HITECH regulations and 24/7/365 customer support — all aimed at helping businesses increase agility, lower costs, improve performance and focus internal IT resources on core competencies.

Peak 10 sells through channel partners.

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