HOUSTON, TEXAS, Ocotber 18, 2007— Alpheus Communications, operator of data centers and an extensive fiber optic network across Metro Texas, announced today that it has doubled its colocation capacity in downtown Dallas in the Univision tower at 2323 Bryan – one of the premiere telecommunications facilities in the state.
Alpheus has increased its existing space in order to better serve the rapidly growing demand for colocation and data center space in Dallas. Alpheus offers businesses the benefits of resilience, security, cooling, connectivity and on-site skills that can be customized to suit individual organizations’ needs.
“We are committed to anticipating and proactively addressing our customers’ needs,” said Chuck Sweeney, Senior Vice President of Alpheus Data Services, “so we are delighted to have this new space in such a strategic Dallas location. Texas companies recognize the importance of having high-quality facilities and network services that are secure and well managed.”
For more information, visit www.alpheuscommunications.com.
Alpheus is a provider of telecommunications and data center services for enterprises and carriers. As the competitive fiber backbone for Metro Texas, Alpheus is in a unique position to supply resilient data center platforms as well as support services that help businesses focus on their goals and operations, not their IT. Alpheus serves enterprise customers in the healthcare, energy, banking, IT and legal fields.
As an optical network provider for backhaul, transport and outsourced fault management service, Alpheus is flexible, content neutral and responsive to customer needs. It delivers metro transport to end-user building, cell sites, carrier hotels, microwave relay points, and Wi-Fi hotspots. Alpheus Communications is a joint venture between El Paso Corporation, a fortune 500 energy company, and Genesis Park, LP, a regional, Houston-based private equity firm.