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SunGard Availability Services expands Philadelphia Data Center

SunGard Availability Services has announced the expansion of its Philadelphia data center at 1500 Spring Garden Street to accommodate growing demand for SunGard’s portfolio of cloud computing, colocation and managed IT services. The Spring Garden Data Center expansion incorporates sustainable environmental controls to advance green IT initiatives.

SunGard unveiled the expanded data center at an Open House on Wednesday, October 5, 2011.

The data center hosts SunGard’s Enterprise Cloud Services as well as SunGard’s Recover2Cloud, a suite of managed recovery services backed by guaranteed service levels.

The Spring Garden facility is one of three Philadelphia-based SunGard data centers and features colocation services which provide space, power and network capabilities. The facility can also serve as a primary production location, or as a secondary data center for backup and recovery or testing and development.

The SunGard Spring Garden expansion added over 12,000 square feet of additional raised floor for colocation and managed services, and a number of green IT capabilities.


•Date: 7th October 2011 • Region: US •Type: Article • Topic: Data centers/centres

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