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ColoHouse Formally Opens Doors of MIA II Data Center

ColoHouse's Major Downtown Miami Expansion Project Equates to Over 6,000 Square Feet of New High-Density, Raised Floor Colocation Space

MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 01/14/14 -- ColoHouse, a leading provider of data center colocation and IT infrastructure solutions announces the formal opening of MIA II, the company's multi-million dollar Miami data center expansion project.

Centrally located in the heart of downtown Miami, ColoHouse benefits from a highly stable power grid, resilient priority turn-up zoning and unparalleled proximity to critical global internet exchange points. Capitalizing on this localized opportunity, ColoHouse delivers high-performance colocation and data center solutions; backed by the facility's redundant, high-density power infrastructure and carrier-neutral network connectivity. MIA II, designed by an Uptime Institute certified architect, features redundant power capacity of 1.25 MW to support long-term customer growth. The expansion also contains a full range of customer amenities.

ColoHouse's downtown Miami facility already serves as a connectivity hub for many clients, as ColoHouse's geographical proximity to key global internet exchange points facilitates excellent connectivity to and from Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe; clients typically benefit from ColoHouse's fiber diversity and extensive network choice.

Key ColoHouse clients have already commenced expansion into MIA II, including European based telecommunications and managed services provider, Netrouting. The company delivers a robust, flexible BGP network infrastructure, utilizing ColoHouse to service clients in Latin America and the U.S. Netrouting Chief Executive Officer, Savvas Bout, states "We are very excited to once again join forces with ColoHouse while expanding our Miami operations into MIA II. Netrouting has deployed our redundant core switch into the heart of the facility, enabling us to continue serving clients with the always-reliable, TIER1 powered connectivity in which they have grown accustomed."

ColoHouse Chief Operating Officer, Felipe Rodriguez, remarks, "As we pursue expansion efforts as the result of incredible growth and the opportunity to enable partners to expand their service portfolio, we are committed to providing scalable, high-performance infrastructure service to our partners and their customers."

About ColoHouse

ColoHouse is the premier Miami data center and hosting facility, as well as the leading provider of carrier-neutral data center services in North America, with 24,000 square feet of carrier-grade space available at our SSAE 16 certified, Category 5 hurricane protected facility in Miami. Turbulent business environment, regulatory pressures, and disaster recovery concerns demand that data assets remain secure and accessible regardless of where they reside. ColoHouse provides clients with the competitive advantages of industry-leading security, environmental, and connectivity technologies at best-in-class value. For details, please visit www.ColoHouse.com

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