Quasar Data Center Moves to "Greener" Operation

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Quasar Data Center installs high efficiency thermal system to reduce carbon footprint by 25%

Secure, Tier 3 Capable, SSAE16 Certified Data Center

The conversion to a high efficiency system reduces both operations cost and carbon footprint

Quasar Data Center, a proven leader in providing enterprise class cloud, co-location and managed services, completed installation of a high efficiency thermal system to reduce operations cost and carbon footprint by nearly 25%.

It was a major undertaking that first involved installing an independent backup thermal system that enabled the primary system to be secured and upgraded with high efficiency equipment. The backup thermal system improves the reliability of the facility while the high efficiency primary system is a quantum upgrade for maintaining the facility temperature and humidity levels.

“The conversion to a high efficiency system reduces both operations cost and carbon footprint”, states Dr. Peters, Quasar's VP of Technology.

Quasar Data Center offers customers N + 1 Infrastructure along with 24/7/365 support and security, 24/7/365 physical and remote access, high density power configurations up to 10KW per rack, a carrier neutral facility with connectivity to most major carriers and private space that can be customized and built to suit.

About Quasar Data Center

Quasar Data Center is located in the Binz Building at 1001 Texas Avenue in downtown, Houston, Texas. Quasar offers a wide range of 24/7 services from Co-location, Cloud Services including Desktop-As-A-Service, Infrastructure-As-A-Service, Managed Back-Up Services, Managed Virtual Firewall and Off-site Business Continuity services. Quasar provides dual underground power, redundant connectivity, primary and backup cooling, secure facility, locked cabinets, humidity control, server monitoring, troubleshooting services and more for co-location and hosting customers.

Quasar also manages a Tier I Point of Presence (POP) and is capable of providing "peered" bandwidth for greater redundancy and expeditious routing. The POP makes Quasar truly Carrier Neutral and can provide customers with numerous carriers and WAN providers. For additional information, visit http://www.quasardata.com or contact: Dr. James Peters at 713-936-0591

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