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Instanet Solutions Chooses Data Foundry's Forthcoming Houston 2 Data Center for Colocation

The Longtime Data Foundry Customer Will Migrate Its Cloud Infrastructure to Data Foundry's New Purpose-Built Data Center in Early 2015

AUSTIN, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 07/23/14 -- Data Foundry, a leading provider of data center colocation, disaster recovery and managed services, today announced that Instanet Solutions, a leading provider of real estate technology, will migrate to Data Foundry's new Houston 2 data center upon completion of the facility.

Instanet Solutions provides online software for real estate agents to manage their business and go paperless. The company has created a single platform that allows real estate agents to create, store and manage transactions online, including getting documents signed electronically. With Instanet Solutions, mobile professionals can access critical business information anytime, anywhere via the cloud. The company serves over 400,000 real estate professionals in the United States and Canada, nearly 40% of the Realtors® in North America.

The real estate market is fast moving and competitive. Instanet Solutions gives its customers an edge by taking advantage of the rise of cloud computing and providing 24/7 access to their online services.

"Our customers have their mission critical documents and information at their fingertips when they are out with clients," said Joe Kazzoun, vice president of business and product development at Instanet Solutions. "To be a trustworthy and reliable service, we need to provide 100% reliability and uptime. That is why we have partnered with Data Foundry. We are excited to move into their state-of-the-art Houston 2 facility."

Houston 2 will be Data Foundry's second and largest Houston data center and will reside on an 18-acre tract the company purchased in 2013. With capabilities for 60 megawatts of power, the facility will have a chilled water-cooling system, a 185mph wind rated structure and will offer carrier neutral network access to more than 10 On-Net fiber carriers.

Houston 2 is scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2015.

"We are thrilled to migrate Instanet Solutions into our new Houston 2 data center," said Shane Menking, president at Data Foundry. "The real estate industry can use their cloud service and rest assured the data they need to access is in a very reliable and secure facility."

For more about Data Foundry, go to http://www.datafoundry.com

About Data Foundry
Data Foundry provides comprehensive wholesale and retail data center outsourcing, colocation, and disaster recovery services. The company provides its customers with secure premium facilities for servers and equipment, emergency workspace and carrier-neutral network accessibility, supported by experienced onsite technicians and customer support 24/7/365. The company supports more than 1,000 enterprise customers across a variety of industries including energy, healthcare and financial services. Founded in 1994, Data Foundry was the first Internet Service Provider in San Antonio and one of the first 50 Internet Service Providers in the United States. Today, Data Foundry owns and operates four premium data centers in Texas and offers a suite of global colocation and managed services in data centers located in Ashburn, VA, Los Angeles, Amsterdam and Hong Kong. For more information, visit www.datafoundry.com or call 1.888.839.2794.

Data Foundry is a trademark of Data Foundry, Inc. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.

About Instanet Solutions:
Instanet Solutions is a leading provider of real estate technology with over 400,000 licensed, paid, user accounts of their various real estate focused products -- Authentisign™, InstanetForms™, TransactionDesk™, DocBox™, DocBox2Go™ and InstanetFax™. Instanet Solutions began delivering residential real estate technology in 1992. Instanet Solutions services have processed more than 200 million pages of documents since 2009 and have saved millions of pages of paper. Instanet Solutions was a pioneer of paperless efforts in the real estate industry, including its Go Green Go Paperless campaign initiated in 2008. Instanet Solutions continues to lead the industry in promoting and developing paperless real estate technologies.

Further information about Instanet Solutions and its products is available at http://www.instanetsolutions.com.

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