Tech Vault, Inc. announced today that the State of Vermont Department of Information and Innovation has recently signed a five-year agreement to provide colocation services to support Vermont’s data center consolidation and technology upgrade efforts.
“the move is a win for the State of Vermont, partnering with a Vermont company, enhancing the availability of services to Vermonters in an environmentally friendly way and eliminating the need to upgrade some outdated infrastructures and physical locations.”
Tech Vault will use state of the art technology to build a custom data center suite in its South Burlington facility. Tech Vault is a LEED Silver certified data center, that helps support Vermont’s Green initiatives to promote growth in next-generation technologies and environmentally friendly businesses.
Tech Vault’s nationally renowned facility demonstrates the industry’s newest and best practices in cooling, power, security, monitoring, and space utilization. This modularly designed Data Center can meet the needs of various clients and market segments looking for a secure site to support their growing and custom requirements.
Richard Boes, Vermont’s Chief Information Officer and Commissioner of the Department of Information and Innovation said “the move is a win for the State of Vermont, partnering with a Vermont company, enhancing the availability of services to Vermonters in an environmentally friendly way and eliminating the need to upgrade some outdated infrastructures and physical locations.”
Tech Vault is the only first-to-market, premiere, LEED commercial data center in Vermont and the New England Region. This infrastructure will help the State reduce its physical and carbon footprint while utilizing the newest technologies for cooling, power & energy efficiency. Tech Vault customers are from the Government, Education, Healthcare, Financial, Software, and Construction sectors, looking for custom solutions to their technology needs, delivered in a cost-effective and environmentally conscious way. “We welcome the opportunity to meet the requirements of the State of Vermont’s progressive technology and Green initiatives,” said Steve Loyer, President of Tech Vault, Inc.