Data Foundry Blog

Time Lapse Video: Houston 2 Data Center Construction

Our premier Houston 2 data center opened for business on July 1, 2015. It is one of the few purpose-built data centers in Houston. Purpose-built, weather-resistant data centers like Houston 2 are ideal for providing disaster recovery services and protecting mission critical equipment in Houston’s climate. Houston 2 has a reinforced, waterproofed steel roof, a […]

Houston 2 Grand Opening Celebration

Data Foundry hosted the Grand Opening Celebration for the premier Houston 2 Data Center and enjoyed a spectacular response from customers, partners and local leaders.

Take Back Your Internet” Privacy Panel – SXSW 2015

We had a discussion that examined what the recent proposals by the FCC and Congress mean for the future of the Internet. The panelists help make sense of the net neutrality and open Internet issues that have captivated and polarized the technology industry over the past year.

Internet Privacy Panel at HostingCon 2014

Increased awareness about government surveillance practices has changed the way society understands privacy, values and due process of the law, leaving individuals and businesses unsure about who has access to their private information.

Data Foundry Houston 2 Ground Breaking Ceremony

The ground breaking ceremony was held at 660 Greens Parkway, the site of Data Foundry’s newly planned Houston 2 data center, a 350,000 square foot purpose-built data center being constructed in North Houston’s Greens Crossing district.

“Take Back Your Internet” 2014 Privacy Panel

We had a spirited Online Privacy discussion that covered the cultural, political and technological issues that affect online privacy.

Time Lapse Video of Texas 1 Construction

Texas 1, the first purpose-built, carrier-neutral data center in the Central Texas region opened for business on July 20th, 2011.

Data Foundry Texas 1 Ground Breaking Ceremony

On Tuesday, August 3, 2010, Data Foundry’s executive team broke ground on the first phase of a $150 million, 250,000-square-foot data center, Texas 1, located in Austin, Texas.