JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Aug. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Colo5, LLC, a leading independent data center operator headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, announced it will provide selective disaster recovery services to the Florida Times-Union and Jacksonville.com.
Based in Jacksonville, the Florida Times- Union and Jacksonville.com are the major daily newspaper and online information distributor in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia. In the event of an outage or disaster they would become the direct source of information to the public.
Data centers such as Colo5 provide disaster recovery services to its customers that guarantee uptime and network stability by supplying redundant power and bandwidth in a secure setting. The Times-Union has purchased office space within Colo5 to serve as their command center during an area outage where they will take advantage of Colo5's secure physical environment and reliable network infrastructure.
"Colo5 aims to provide the highest quality disaster recovery services to businesses in the Southeast," said Colo5 CEO, Doug Recker. "We are honored that the Florida Times Union selected Colo5 to assist with their disaster recovery plan."
About Colo5, LLC
Colo5 is a leading independent data center operator offering secure and hardened colocation and data recovery services to customers nationwide. With over 140,000 square feet of dedicated facilities, Colo5 provides state-of-the-art security, redundant power systems, and a robust fiber network optimized for performance and speed to a host of demanding customers. Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, the company's core infrastructure is rated to withstand hurricane category 5 forces to ensure maximum reliability and peace of mind. Colo5's data centers are designed to accommodate the changing power density and cooling needs of the colocation market while maintaining consistently superior levels of customer service and support. For more information on Colo5's data center services, visit www.colo5.com .
Anna K. Hardy
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