PGS Chooses CyrusOne as Data Center Provider

February 18, 2010 at 11:37 am Leave a comment

Petroleum Geo-Services (PGS) will occupy a 10,000 sq ft data hall in CyrusOne’s newest co-located data center located in West Houston. PGS will co-locate high-density, mission-critical data and applications servers to support exploration projects and operations worldwide.

            These data processing systems and applications support several critical functions at PGS, including large-scale seismic data processing, complex reservoir analysis and interpretation and electromagnetic services. PGS desired a data center solution that could provide a secure, scalable, high-density environment for the enormous amounts of vital data needed to sustain the success of its business. PGS also wanted a colocation provider that matched its commitment to minimizing environmental impact related to data center infrastructure and power consumption.

            This data hall represents PGS’ largest and most robust data center environment in North America, with 10,000 sq ft of high-powered servers to render maximum application reliability and security.



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