Peak 10 Signs Grocery

Peak 10 Raleigh signs The Fresh Market

October 2, 2007

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RALEIGH, N.C. and GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Peak 10, the leading independent data center operator and managed services provider, has signed the Greensboro, N.C.based specialty grocery store, The Fresh Market, to its growing portfolio of customers. The Fresh Market is expanding into the Midwest and is using Peak 10’s Louisville, Ky. data center as a secondary information technology site to enhance its business continuity capabilities.

“We were looking for a geographically dispersed facility from our Greensboro headquarters that also had a highly available redundant environment and the necessary interconnectivity to support the growth of our business,” said Stuart Williams, vice president for The Fresh Market. “Peak 10’s Louisville facility met or exceeded all our requirements.”

The Fresh Market is a retail specialty grocer that provides its customers with high quality, reasonably-priced perishables and a food shopping experience which is unique, wholesome and out of the ordinary. In addition to a growing number of retail outlets, The Fresh Market operates a successful online marketplace where visitors can purchase specialty foods and gift items. Peak 10’s business continuity solutions will allow The Fresh Market to keep both its online and physical retail operations running despite unforeseen service interruptions to mission-critical applications and customer data.

“Peak 10 is experienced in providing proven business continuity solutions to growing companies like The Fresh Market who deal with an incredible amount of personal customer data,” said Greg Rollet, vice president and general manager of Peak 10 Raleigh. “The Fresh Market is clever to utilize Peak 10’s data replication services to ensure their data is secure.”

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