(PRWEB) February 18, 2015
Green House Data, a leader in infrastructure services including cloud hosting and colocation and a VMware vCloud Powered partner, today announced company president Shawn Mills will speak at The Green Data Center Conference & Exhibition 2015 in San Diego, California at 11:00AM on Wednesday the 25th.
This conference brings together data center owners and operators for a series of interactive workshops and presentations from some of the most innovative facilities in the world.
Mills is a technology entrepreneur and founding member of Green House Data. He will present Greening the Data Center From the Ground Up, which will discuss Green House Datas high performance and highly efficient data center in Cheyenne, Wyoming, which is fully heat-contained and powered by sustainable wind energy.
I look forward to presenting at the Green Data Center Conference, said Mills. We believe that the greenest electron is the one that is never used, and we are always excited to hear best practices and strategies from other operators.
Committed to sustainability, the company powers its infrastructure entirely with renewable energy including wind and solar and uses outside ambient air for cooling year-round. Green House Data has been to green enterprise computing since 2007. The companys newest build is in Orangeburg, New York and follows the same sustainability model.
Mills joins speakers including Ron Vokoun from JE Dunn Construction, Christina Page from Yahoo, Douglas Alger from Cisco, and Melissa Chambal from CNET.
The conference will take place on February 24 26, 2015 in San Diego, California at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine.
About Green House Data
Green House Data is a cloud hosting and colocation services provider with highly energy efficient data centers located across the country. The company helps its clients reduce the pressure that comes with lower IT budgets and increasingly high demands. Green House Data is a certified VMware service provider, SSAE 16 Type II and HIPAA compliant, as well as an EPA Green Power Partner. Visit the website, http://www.GreenHouseData.com, to learn more, view demos, or request a free cloud trial.