Aligned Energy, an infrastructure technology company that offers colocation and build-to-scale solutions to cloud, enterprise and managed service providers, today announced that a leading information technology consulting business has signed a multi-year contract supporting a mission-critical production environment in Aligned’s adaptive data center in Phoenix, AZ.
“To help support their continued growth in the Southwest, our client was looking for a data center partner capable of rapidly deploying their private cloud environment backed by reliability and uptime,” said Andrew Schaap, CEO of Aligned Energy. “We’re delighted that our adaptive data centers continue to attract high-performing companies who seek a colocation partner able to meet their evolving business needs with flexible, scalable and efficient solutions.”
Aligned Energy’s data center infrastructure is unique in that it responds to both standard and dynamic workloads with flexible rack densities of up to 50 kW, or 1000 watts per square foot, enabling customers to deploy computational applications without latency or disruption.
Additionally, their intelligent infrastructure solutions are engineered to continuously improve economic and environmental performance, and guarantee a Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) of 1.15. By partnering with Aligned Energy, businesses will use up to 85 percent less water and up to 80 percent less power than workloads deployed in traditional facilities, reducing the environmental impact of their facilities and resulting in a lower total cost of ownership.
About Aligned Energy
Aligned Energy is an infrastructure technology company that offers colocation and build-to-scale solutions to cloud, enterprise, and managed service providers. Our intelligent infrastructure allows us to deliver data centers like a utility—accessible and consumable as needed. By reducing the energy, water and space needed to operate, our data center solutions combined with our patented cooling technology offer businesses a competitive advantage by improving reliability and their bottom-line.