Data Foundry, Inc. provides wholesale and retail data center outsourcing, co-location, and disaster recovery services. It offers half and full rack, cage, and private data suite co-location; worksite and private fiber connectivity recovery; migration; and installation services. The company also provides blended, carrier-neutral, and satellite pad access Internet services. It serves energy, financial services, healthcare, food, retail, insurance, and technology sectors. Data Foundry, Inc. has a strategic partnership with COLOTRAQ. The company was formerly known as Texas.Net and changed its name to Data Foundry, Inc. in 2005. Data Foundry, Inc. was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Austi...
1044 Liberty Park Drive
Austin, TX 78746-6943
Founded in 1994
Data Foundry Announces Promotion
Apr 3 18
Data Foundry announced the promotion of two executive team members and long-time employees, Cameron Wynne and Mark Noonan. Cameron Wynne has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer, and Mark Noonan has been promoted to Chief Revenue Officer. Cameron Wynne has been with Data Foundry for 17 years, previously serving as the company’s vice president of operations. Before joining Data Foundry, Wynne worked as an IT consultant for PwC and Cap Gemini. Mark Noonan has been with the company for 18 years, previously serving as the vice president of sales. Prior to joining Data Foundry, Noonan was a member of Dell’s enterprise sales team.
Data Foundry Successfully Commissions its Fifth Data Center, Texas 2
Mar 13 18
Data Foundry has successfully commissioned its fifth data center, Texas 2, and is now accepting new tenants. Texas 2 was built adjacent to Texas 1 on Data Foundry’s 40-acre campus called the Data Ranch, a property with dual substations and diverse power feeds. Together, the two data centers will total 455,000 square feet with 60 megawatts of power capacity to meet IT security and uptime needs of a business community that continues to flourish. Concurrently maintainable, any components of Texas 2’s mechanical infrastructure can be isolated and replaced without impact to systems. "Companies chose Texas 1 for its security, reliability and attention to detail when it comes to design and construction. They can expect no less from Texas 2,” says Cameron Wynne, Chief Operating Officer. The facility is equipped with back-up generators and 40,000 gallons of underground fuel storage, and is designed to keep businesses online 24x7x365. The staff is thoroughly trained to keep systems running in a variety of scenarios, just as Data Foundry’s Houston staff did throughout Hurricane Harvey. Austin remains a desirable location for IT disaster recovery, as it is in a region with a low incidence of natural disasters and a power grid that is independent from the rest of the country. The facility’s ample office space also makes it an ideal location for secondary worksites and disaster recovery offices. Texas 2 Features: 325,000 SQ FT data center, 36 MW power capacity with high density power and cooling, up to 50 kW per rack, 8 layers of security, Cloud connectivity to major providers – AWS, Azure, Google, SSAE-18, PCI, ISO and HIPAA certified, Dual substations, diverse power, water and network feeds and Carrier-neutral, 16+ network providers.