Prospect Silicon Valley (ProspectSV) has announced that vXchnge has joined the organization as its newest sponsor. As more businesses are turning to colocation services to expand their IT capacity, they are looking for offerings that not only provide 24/7 availability but also ensure that applications run at optimal efficiency. vXchnge’s “Data-Center-as-a-Service” solution leverages an infrastructure that is flexible and performance-sensitive, leading to lower operating costs and greenhouse gas emissions. In order to maintain its competitive edge, vXchnge will leverage ProspectSV’s ecosystem of industry experts, energy efficiency and clean power innovators to deliver sustainable, high-performance offerings to its growing customer base.
“Working with ProspectSV will further our insights to architect energy-efficient and cleantech solutions that benefit our sustainability initiatives,” said Ernest Sampera, chief marketing officer, vXchnge. “Being efficient with sustainability provides value to our customers and further enriches the enablement of smart communities.”
Capitalizing on the diversity of its ecosystem, which includes leading-edge technology startups, early adopters in both the private and public sectors, energy experts in universities, national labs and partner entrepreneurial support organizations, ProspectSV will provide market insight and technical guidance through programs tailored to meet vXchnge’s needs. vXchnge will bring added value to the ProspectSV ecosystem by helping energy innovators better understand the power and operational requirements of data center service providers, thereby fostering the development of new and improved solutions.
“We are excited about the opportunity to work with vXchnge in their efforts to redefine data center offerings for the growing market of companies that rely on such services to efficiently and cost effectively grow their businesses,” said Ruth Cox, CEO of ProspectSV. “vXchnge recognizes the importance of energy efficiency and sustainability in the delivery of these services, a value we share, and we look forward to working with them to identify the technologies that will distinguish their services as the market evolves.”
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