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US Data Center Provider, OneNeck® IT Solutions, Teams with WiredRE, Leading Data Center Advisor

LAS VEGAS and SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- OneNeck IT Solutions announces today they are teaming up with Wired Real Estate Group (WiredRE) to advise enterprises about colocation data center space availability at OneNeck data centers located across the country.

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"It's well-known that IT services delivered in the form of Software as a Service, or cloud hosting, is growing both in scale and complexity, leading to the need for purpose built, redundant and survivable data centers," states Phil LaForge, President and CEO of OneNeck. "Teaming up with the nation's leading data center advisory firm will help us to extend the awareness of our data centers across the country."

OneNeck maintains a growing portfolio of data centers, with six US data centers in Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Arizona, and a seventh currently under construction in Colorado. OneNeck's local facilities are in step with the global trend of industrial scale and centralization of data centers away from coastal regions and migration to the interior of the US. From these facilities, OneNeck securely delivers colocation, disaster recovery, cloud infrastructure, fully managed and hosted IT environments, Internet connectivity, transport capabilities, and remote hands to any company in the US.

WiredRE is the leading independent cloud, colocation, and data center advisory firm. According to LaForge, they are a proven partner with game changing capabilities.

LaForge says, "WiredRE has a solid track record of bringing enterprises and suppliers together to solve complex data center capacity problems. With their help, customers from across America will learn about OneNeck's extensive data center portfolio and hosting capabilities."

"With 184,000 sq-ft of data center space, and a proven track record servicing customer requirements up and down the solution stack, there are few engagements OneNeck cannot handle," commented Everett Thompson, WiredRE CEO. "OneNeck is a great brand, and we are excited to be associated with them." 

OneNeck is a premiere provider of end-to-end IT solutions and also provides a complete portfolio of IT infrastructure services, including colocation, cloud hosting, and ERP application management.

About OneNeck

OneNeck® IT Solutions LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Telephone and Data Systems Inc., employs approximately 650 people throughout the U.S. The company offers a full suite of IT solutions including cloud and hosting solutions; ReliaCloud™ enterprise cloud services; managed services; ERP application management; professional services; and IT hardware. OneNeck owns and operates four Tier 3 data centers in Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin and manages two Tier 2 data centers in Arizona. Visit oneneck.com for more information.

TDS Telecom, headquartered in Madison, Wis., operates OneNeck® IT Solutions LLC and TDS Baja Broadband LLC. Combined, the company employs 3,100 people. Visit tdstelecom.com.

Telephone and Data Systems, Inc. [NYSE: TDS], a Fortune 1000 company, provides wireless; cable and wireline broadband, TV and voice; and hosted and managed services to approximately 5.8 million customers nationwide through its subsidiaries TDS Telecom and U.S. Cellular®. Founded in 1969 and headquartered in Chicago, Telephone and Data Systems employs 10,000 people. Visit teldta.com.

About Wired Real Estate Group Inc.

WiredRE is the nation's leading independent cloud, colocation, and data center advisor. The firm uses its proprietary research to advise enterprises on strategy, planning, brokerage and finance. WiredRE counts two of the top three global telecom firms and over half of the most admired banks in the U.S. as clients.  The firm represents major developments nationally and internationally. To search WiredRE's data center list with over 2,000 data centers, visit WiredRE.com.

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