T5 Facilities Management Reports Dramatic Growth For Data Center Services In 2018
T5 Data Centers’ managed services group adds 11 data center customers in eight markets.
T5 Facilities Management (T5FM) had a banner year in 2018, adding 11 data centers in eight U.S. markets to their customer portfolio. T5FM, a division of T5 Data Centers, innovators in providing secure, customizable, hyperscale enterprise computing environments, also substantially expanded its staff to meet the needs of new customers, which include Fortune 500 and Fortune 50 companies.
Formed in 2014, T5FM provides mission-critical data center management and operations services, including remote hands, property and asset management, consulting, and training. T5FM was initially created to provide turnkey data centers services for T5 Data Center customers, but has been rapidly expanding to support third-party, mission-critical data center operations across the United States and Europe. T5FM ended 2018 on a high note with the addition of new customers in retail, enterprise computing, scientific computing, and mission-critical data services.
“We have seen continued growth over the past five years as leaders in various vertical markets continue to come to us looking for best-of-breed data center management services,” said Aaron Wangenheim, COO T5 Data Centers. “We continue to prove our capabilities in the way we manage T5’s data centers, which have a track record for reliability unsurpassed in the industry. We also received the Uptime Institute’s Continuous Uptime Award for uninterrupted service for T5’s data centers. That’s why respected market leaders continue to seek out T5FM for top tier support services.”
As part of its 2018 success, T5FM has expanded its team by 20%. In a job market where experienced IT staff is difficult to find, T5FM continues to attract top talent. Unlike other, more diversified competitors, T5FM is dedicated solely to data center operations management, so T5FM staff have an opportunity to hone their data center expertise in order to advance within the company.
“We believe we have a distinct advantage because we focus solely on managing mission-critical data centers as if they were our own,” said Wangenheim. “While other companies include general building management and other services, we are solely dedicated to data center maintenance and performance.”
T5FM continues to expand its customer portfolio. The group is already developing strategies to support T5@Ireland, the latest T5 data center, and anticipates signing more European customers in the coming year.