Data center and cloud-based services firm Venyu is today celebrating the opening of its new $14 million, 23,000-square-foot facility at the Bon Carré Business Center on Florida Boulevard, saying the new data center will allow the firm to provide customers with increased storage capacity and security. "In today's highly competitive market, industry demand for crucial data center services such as colocation, cloud hosting, managed hosting and cloud backup are on the rise—as businesses seek more cost-effective IT solutions to drive efficiencies and generate revenue," says Venyu CEO Scott Thompson in a prepared release." This expanded footprint opens new doors for customers with heightened levels of elasticity and on-demand IT capacity—while enabling us to drive future innovation and services." The new center—which was built in the space once occupied by a movie theater at the old Bon Marché mall—is roughly half the size of the firm's existing facility at the Florida Boulevard business center.
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Louisiana data center services provider Venyu has expanded its flagship Baton Rouge data center in Louisiana by 23,000 sq ft.
The US$14m expansion, at a site in the state capital's Bon Carré Business Park, will provide customers with fully redundant power circuits and network infrastructure, carrier-grade firewall security and redundant carrier-grade monitoring systems.
Venyu, a leader in data center services, business continuity, cloud-based virtualization, and disaster proven data recovery, today announced the opening of its new data center facility. Based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the $14 million, 23,000 sq. ft. facility offers customers new levels of power density and additional redundancies to meet and exceed the current industry standards for cloud-based data services.