Clearview Opens New Data Center in Central Texas
The facility will become a solution almost failsafe for the continuity of business and disaster recovery programs.
The new Gateway Information Technology company offering hosting, managed services and business process outsourcing for companies operating in Texas and beyond.
The installation includes a number of security features and business continuity, including full security such as biometrics, smart cards, cameras and DVR staff 24 hours, double the transforming power of trade channels and the availability of multi-fiber company for the operation of the capacity and redundancy, a large staging area to support the recovery of vehicles mobile customers and employees displaced from their daily work environments, and disaster recovery office space.
Clearview’s high availability approach is a recovery solution built in, which means that customers will experience little or no downtime when there is an interruption in service.
Waco also serves as an ideal location in Waco Gateway Information Technology repurposed a drop of the Cold War nuclear shelter to ensure physical security that no other in the commercial market in the data center.
The site is also within a radius of 100 miles of Dallas, Austin and San Antonio, and within 200 miles of Houston, which allows replication of data between the real Waco ITG and customers in those cities.
Through high-speed transport of data, ITG offers the Waco area a new path to global corporations, the incorporation of diverse fiber paths to a hotel in Dallas, a company with access to more than 20 international carriers.
“We are excited about the project Waco ITG, and excited about our partnership with Clearview,” says Cody Campbell, senior vice president of development for Paul Kite Company, which developed the data center. “This development is part of a broad initiative of national data center development to us. In this difficult economic time, is a testament to the effectiveness of our strategy and expertise of our team.”
At a time where a lot of companies are outsourcing their staffing to stay afloat during the current recession, Clearview says it is working with the State Commission of Texas Workforce to find ways to keep jobs in the state and to train and teach workers who can stay in Texas.