What comes to mind when you think of Atlanta, Georgia? Maybe it’s the 1996 Olympic Games, the home of Coca-Cola or the captivating Georgia Aquarium. Or maybe it brings to mind one of the best music and art scenes in the South, or the fact that more than 70 street names contain the word “Peachtree.” But wait, there’s more — did you know that Atlanta also has the fourth largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies in the U.S.?
As a major business and technology hub, Atlanta has a high demand for efficient, secure colocation and hosting services. While performance is always top of mind, the local business community also has an opportunity to minimize their environmental impact when evaluating the best solution for their organization.
Internap’s Atlanta Data Center is now the first public data center in Georgia to achieve Green Globes® certification. This provides Atlanta businesses with the best of both worlds – a scalable, flexible data center with hybridization options, as well as the knowledge that the facility incorporates sustainable green design techniques. This recent accolade marks Internap’s fourth successful Green Globes certification and demonstrates a commitment to environmental responsibility.
So the next time you’re drinking a Coke on Peachtree Street, think about the technology backbone that runs this town. Take a video tour of our recently expanded Atlanta data center to learn more.