Denver, CO - December 15, 2014
H5 Data Centers, a national colocation and wholesale data center provider, today announced it has received its Type 2 SOC 1 report prepared in accordance with the AICPA's Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagements No. 16 (SSAE 16). This is the 10th consecutive year that H5 Data Centers has received this certification or equivalent SAS 70 certification. The certification was assessed by Brightline Certified Public Accountants and Associates.
"We pride ourselves on our track record with this latest audit highlighting our ongoing commitment to our customers and our dedication to maintain the highest level of service and reliability," said David Dunn, COO of H5 Data Centers.
"H5 Data Centers seeks to provide assurance to our customers that we are committed to their success and we look forward to operating at the highest standards going forward," said Josh Simms, CEO for H5. "2014 was a transformational year for H5 Data Centers in our growth cycle and maintaining the quality of operations was of paramount importance."
H5 Data Centers' Denver Denver colocation campus features two independent data centers and 17+ MWs of power supporting wholesale data center suites, colocation, and office space. The campus is home to mission-critical IT infrastructure from some of the largest companies in Denver who choose H5 Data Centers for its 10-year 100% uptime track record, innovative security features, and dedicated customer service.
About H5 Data Centers:
H5 Data Centers is one of the leading privately-owned data center operators in the United States with 1.5 million square feet under management. The company designs and engineers flexible and scalable data center and interconnection solutions to address the business and operational requirements of its customers. H5 Data Centers currently owns data centers in Ashburn, Atlanta, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Phoenix, San Jose, San Luis Obispo, and Seattle. For more information, visit www.h5datacenters.com
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