Data Foundry to Exhibit at the SPE Digital Energy Conference and Alliance Expo in 2011

Austin, TX – APRIL 18, 2011Data Foundry, a leading provider of data center outsourcing and colocation services, announces participation at two upcoming energy events in April 2011, SPE Digital Energy Conference and Exhibition and Alliance Expo. Data Foundry will be showcasing its premium data center and disaster recovery solutions for the energy industry.

As a leading international event, SPE Digital Energy Conference addresses the key aspects of digital oilfield developments, focusing on the leading innovations moving the oil industry forward. The event is being held in The Woodlands, Texas on April 19-21, 2011. The Data Foundry team will be exhibiting in booth #207.

In addition, Data Foundry is exhibiting at the Alliance Expo on April 26-27, 2011 in Wichita Falls, Texas, and will be located in booth #534. The Alliance Expo is an oil and gas tradeshow that brings together members in 300 cities and 29 states for the common purpose of protecting the oil and gas industry and development.

During each event, the Data Foundry team will consult with attendees about their primary colocation and disaster recovery needs. Data Foundry’s state-of-the-art Texas data center facilities feature high-availability colocation services and worksite recovery space designed for continued business operations in the event of a disaster.

“Data Foundry has provided comprehensive data center solutions to oil and gas companies in the Gulf Coast region for over a decade,” states Mark Noonan, Vice President of Sales at Data Foundry. “We understand their unique requirements and have designed our newest facility, Texas 1, to address the growing demand of high availability colocation services, as well as worksite recovery options that include dedicated seats, offices and conference rooms.”

Data Foundry owns and operates secure carrier-neutral colocation facilities in Austin and Houston, Texas. Its newest data center, Texas 1, is a 250,000 square foot purpose-built facility centrally located in Austin, Texas. Austin is an area known for its low incidence of natural disasters, making it an ideal location for server environments. Open in June 2011, Texas 1 will support standard density deployments to High Performance Computing (HPC) environments. Texas 1 will offer 12 megawatts of power and reside on a 40-acre data center campus development called the Data Ranch.

If you will be attending these conferences and would like to meet with Data Foundry’s team, please contact