Data Foundry Joins the Greater Houston Partnership

Sep 24, 2013

Growth fuels increased involvement in the Houston business community

Austin, Texas – September 24, 2013 – Data Foundry, a leading provider of data center colocation, disaster recovery services, today announced that it has joined the Greater Houston Partnership.

“We have built long standing relationships with the Houston business community since we began operations in Houston in 1996,” said Shane Menking, President of Data Foundry. “Our core values align with those of the Greater Houston Partnership and we look forward to collaborating on the issues and opportunities that continue to make Houston a great place to do business.”

“The Greater Houston Partnership is delighted to welcome Data Foundry to our membership,” said Susan Asimakis, the Partnership’s Senior Vice President of Member Services, “We look forward to their input and engagement as we all work together to make Houston a better place to live and work.”

Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Data Foundry is a global colocation  services provider that has been in operation since 1994. Data Foundry owns and operates three data centers in Texas and offers global colocation services in additional locations in the United States, Europe and Asia. Data Foundry recently announced that it will be building a 250,000 square foot, 50 megawatt data center on its new 18 acre campus in Houston’s Greenspoint area.