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Cavern Technologies Kansas City Data Center Continues Rapid Growth with Latest Data Center Expansion

Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) December 05, 2012

Cavern Technologies,a leading provider of mission critical data center solutions, in unique subsurface space designed for security and energy efficiency, located fifteen minutes from downtown Kansas City in Lenexa, Kansas, is pleased to announce they have completed an expansion of the Kansas City data center today announced the completion and commissioning of 31,000 additional square feet to their growing underground Energy Star data center in Lenexa, Kansas.

The purpose built data center is state of the art with options of dedicated support space, dual power feeds, fully redundant UPS and Generators, High Capacity and Fully Redundant HVAC system, heat and cooling sinks, FM 200 Fire Suppression, Multilevel Security (including face recognition, biometrics, card scanners and video surveillance), Multiple Redundant Fiber Providers, 7x24x365 Access, and SAS 70, SSAE 16 certified. Click to view pictures.

“Cavern is incredibly proud of our most recent build. The custom space, like the rest of our data suites, was designed to meet customers unique requirements and their strategic operating objectives, guaranteeing the greatest ROI on their data center infrastructure,” said Cavern’s President John Clune.

With a 100% retention rate and a growing roster of 67 clients, Cavern has become a leading provider of mission critical data center solutions. The company now has over 60,000 square feet of mission critical data protected 125 feet underground in Lenexa, Kansas, which is located in the Kansas City area. Cavern’s unique location in a subsurface space gives their customers access to incredible security from natural disasters like hurricanes and tornados that can interrupt service in above ground data center facilities.

With 100% growth rate in the past 12 months Cavern remains bullish on the future.

“With our world-class architects, contractors, electricians and IT professionals, Cavern is creating custom and scalable solutions that are built to suit our customers exacting specifications,” said Cavern Technologies CEO Pete Clune. “Not only is subsurface facility incredibly stable and secure, but due to the ambient temperates below ground, we can give our customers huge savings on their monthly cooling bills. Because of that, Cavern is an attractive alternative to retrofitted warehouses and repurposed sky scrapers.”

President John Clune sees an advantage to doing business, not only underground but also in the state of Kansas.

“Local and state incentives including KCPL’s one year of free power amortized over five years, and the Kansas personal property tax exemption gave Cavern an edge bringing these data center clients to the area,” says Clune

Bell/Knott and JE Dunn Construction completed the latest expansion build out for Cavern Technologies.
About Cavern Technologies

Cavern Technologies, Inc. is a leading provider in the development, leasing and operation of build-to-suit wholesale data centers. Located 125-feet underground in a 3 million square foot facility, Cavern’s environmentally regulated, secure infrastructure is Energy Star, SAS-70, SSAE 16 certified. Cavern is designed to meet the specialized power, cooling and security requirements companies need to house IT systems that support their mission-critical business processes. Cavern provides tenants with unique business solutions and a value proposition focused on minimizing the total cost of ownership of data center and colocation infrastructure.
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