Amplify Credit Union Selects Data Foundry’s Texas 1 Data Center as the Location for its Primary Data Footprint

Oct 2, 2012

Austin, TX – October 2nd, 2012 – Amplify Credit Union, a long term network customer of Data Foundry, has recently elected to move its primary IT infrastructure to Data Foundry’s Texas 1 data center. Amplify selected Texas 1 due to its multi-layered security and redundant infrastructure combined with Data Foundry’s long track record of unblemished customer service to the credit union.

Member-owned with over $600 million in assets, Amplify Credit Union has been serving Austin, Texas and surrounding communities since 1967. While it’s grown tremendously, its first priority has always been in serving the best interests of its members. Every decision the organization makes is fueled by its responsibility as stewards of its members’ finances, including the security of their financial data.

“Amplify has been a network customer of Data Foundry since 2002. The company’s service and support has been nothing short of phenomenal,” states G. Bernard Mathews, Director of IT at Amplify Credit Union. “It’s important that our members have uninterrupted access to their account data through our many applications, most importantly our Mobile and Online Banking. We always strive to go beyond average by providing our members with the most secure, robust and reliable access to their account data. Data Foundry truly respects the security and reliability of our data as much as we do.”

Founded in 1994, Data Foundry provides premium data center services including data center outsourcing, colocation and disaster recovery for more than 1,000 enterprise customers across a variety of industries. Texas 1 features an unparalleled eight layers of security including gated entry access, biometrics and around-the-clock security personnel. Texas 1 also offers a completely redundant infrastructure with no single point of failure across power, water and networking systems.

“Amplify has been a client of ours for a long time and we’re excited about the opportunity to service their data center needs,” Mark Noonan, VP of Sales at Data Foundry states. “Texas 1 currently hosts a number of financial services firms and is one of the most secure data centers in Texas. Amplify, along with its 42,000 local members, can rest assured their data is safe inside Texas 1.”