Renewable energy powers all of U.S. data centers of Datapipe

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Renewable energy powers all of U.S. data centers of Datapipe

By Greentech Lead Team: Datapipe, a
provider of solution for managing and securing mission-critical IT services,
announced that all of its U.S. data centers are run on 100 percent renewable
energy. The company significantly expanded its New Jersey, London and San
Jose data center footprints as well.

The company said in a press release
that Datapipe headed into 2011 with high expectations based on a very
successful 2010 in which the company doubled the net growth they experienced in
2009.  Those expectations were rewarded as net growth in 2011 exceeded
that of 2009 and 2010 combined.

“Datapipe has built a team that
includes some of the best talent in the industry. Their commitment to
delivering value for our clients every day drives our success. 2012 will be
another exciting year as we launch new products and enter new markets,”
said Robb Allen, Datapipe CEO.

Datapipe saw growth in all markets
with Europe and Asia both growing more than fifty percent. Stratosphere, the
company’s Enterprise Cloud Platform, more than doubled for the third
consecutive year. 

The company was also recently chosen
by the EPA as one of ten organizations nationwide to receive a Green Power
Leadership Award for its green power purchases in 2011. And, Datapipe was
recently recognized by The New Jersey Business & Industry Association
(NJBIA) with an Environmental Quality award for preserving and enhancing air
quality in New Jersey.

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