April 2012 – Massive data centers have sprung up across Oregon over the past few years. And with Apple’s announcement in February that it, too, will be setting up shop in Prineville, Oregon will likely continue to provide fertile ground for even more massive server farms. “It’s a great place to use outside air for cooling, there have been some nice tax incentives and there are lower costs for power,” says Eric Hulbert, president and CEO of Opus Interactive, a Portland hosting firm that moved into an 80,000-square-foot data center in Portland last fall. “Overall, your costs are less. That’s a big advantage.”
About Opus Interactive
Founded in 1996, Opus Interactive is a woman and minority-owned enterprise that has worked closely with VMware and HPE partnership programs since 2005. With past performance that includes more than 23 years of proven results and current compliance with PCI-DSS, HIPAA, and SSAE 18 SOC 2, Opus helps customers reduce cost and optimize resources using efficient operations.
An accredited member of the International Managed Services Provider Alliance, Opus operates from Tier III+ data centers located in Hillsboro, Portland, Dallas, and Northern Virginia. Through close partnerships with industry-leaders and a commitment to customer satisfaction, Opus offers: Hybrid Cloud & IaaS, Enterprise Colocation, IT Services, Network Connectivity, DRaaS & Backup, and Hybrid Cloud Monitoring & Management.