Peak 10 Makes Enhancements to Raleigh Data Center

Peak 10, a managed hosting service provider and independent data center operator, has enhanced its national image with advanced solutions through a recent partnership with PowerSecure and Process Energy.  This partnership has resulted in a custom power generation and protection solution that will allow Peak 10’s data facilities to continue the essential support customers need in today’s business economy.  Due to its continuous success in the Triad and Triangle regions, the provider is adding to its raised floor space in the Raleigh facility to compensate for the expansion.   The new power solution is designed to provide scalability on both the utility and generator levels, virtually eliminating power constraints in the future that could result from load growth.

Sidney Hinton, PowerSecure Chief Executive Officer, commends Peak 10’s Raleigh, North Carolina team for its proficiency and enthusiasm in regard to the expansion.  Hinton says that as a valued partner, Peak 10 has demonstrated unwavering devotion to delivering efficient solutions within a progressive data facility.  Greg Rollet, Peak 10 regional vice president of market operations, added that the collaboration with PowerSecure and Process Energy shows the providers dedication to its customers.  Rollet believes that the recent enhancements will enable the Raleigh facility to remain the most progressive and technically advanced data center in the Triangle region.

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Company Info

Peak 10 currently owns and operates facilities in nine major markets including Atlanta, Georgia, Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina, Cincinnati, Ohio, Jacksonville and Tampa, Florida, Louisville, Kentucky, Nashville, Tennessee and Richmond, Virginia.  The provider’s managed hosting and data center services increase revenue, lower expenses and maximize internal resources for its customers all while keeping their most valuable assets close to the business.  Peak 10 combines its state of the art data centers, secure network and impressive portfolio of managed services, localized support and engineering to serve industry-leading organizations throughout the country.   Some of these companies include Churchill Downs, Global Knowledge, LendingTree, Pergo, and The Fresh market.   SAS 70 Type II compliant, Peak 10 helps these organizations meet requirements of various regulated compliance acts such as HIPAA, Gramm-Leach-Bliley, PCI and Sarbanes-Oxley.

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Headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, Process Energy is a Fortune 250 energy company with over a 20,000 megawatt generation capacity and $9 billion in yearly revenue.  Approaching its 100th birthday later this year, the company includes two major utilities that provide service to an estimated 3.1 customers in both the Triad and Triangle markets as well as Florida.  Progress Energy is the first utility company to receive the J.D Power and Associate Founder’s Award for its quality customer service.

Power Secure International is a leading energy management and conservation systems provider, delivering solutions to its utilities, commercial, industrial and institutional customers.  The company also provides solutions with regulatory and legal consulting, energy-efficient engineering and construction and energy conversation services.  PowerSecure forms relationships with trusted partners to develop and install Interactive Distributed Generation systems and other services that monitor load and peak demand conditions, enhancing system reliability while providing its customers with emergency power in the event of outages.

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