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Castle Access Names New Managing Director
Date:10/7/2010

rofessional experience ranging from fast-growth start-ups to public companies in the medical device and health care industries.   For the past 10 years, Alfrey has served as a director and CFO of Castle Access.  Highlights of Alfrey's tenure as CFO include the opening of the company's 88,000 square foot enterprise data center, the successful SAS70 Type II certification audits, and attraction of multi-million dollar investments to fuel expansion of data center capabilities and value-added IT services.  Alfrey is a Certified Management Accountant and holds a BBA in Business Economics from the University of San Diego and an MBA in Finance from San Diego State University.

Mark Hopperton, founder and CEO for the past 10 years at Castle Access, has led the company through a sustained period of growth and expansion, establishing a solid reputation for its state-of-the-art data centers, operational excellence, and unmatched commitment to customer service.  In assembling the core team at Castle Access, Hopperton brought together the skill sets needed to run a successful data center, assure operational excellence and provide the highest level of customer service.  Hopperton is a pioneer in the data center and IT operations industries, and his 30 years of experience include successfully building multiple companies to deliver innovative applications for the legal and healthcare industries.

About Castle Access, Inc.

Castle Access, Inc. is a leading Southern California provider of world-class enterprise data centers including the recent addition of the 88,000 square foot SAS 70 Type II-audited facility in San Diego. Its highly secure data centers offer unsurpassed reliability and power availability, HVAC, dual NOC, and network diversity for enterprise clients, solution and content providers, and telecommunication carriers. Castle Access offers customized colocation solutions, managed and c
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