Peak 10 Adds Florida Center

Peak 10 announced plans to double its Jacksonville operation by adding a second data center to support the company's rapid growth in Florida

January 27, 2007

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Peak 10, the leading independent data center operator and managed services provider, today announced plans to more than double its Jacksonville operation by adding a second secure data center to support the company's rapid growth in Florida. As a result of the expansion, Peak 10 will own and operate nine world-class data centers spread throughout the eastern United States. The company expects the new facility to be completed before the third quarter of this year.

"Our business in Jacksonville continues its consistent growth as more and more organizations look to outsource the management of complex information technology environments," said Allen Skipper, vice president and general manager of Peak 10 Jacksonville. "The expansion project underway confirms our long-term commitment to the Jacksonville business community and ensures our ability to provide customers with proven solutions for maintaining around the clock availability, security and integrity of their critical data and business applications."

Peak 10 Inc.

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