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Leading Data Center Provider Opens HQ in Denver

STACK INFRASTRUCTURE, the data center company built to address the technology infrastructure needs of rapidly scaling enterprises and hyperscale businesses, has selected 1600 Broadway in Denver’s central business district for its corporate headquarters. Opening September 1, 2019, the new HQ will centralize STACK’s executive leadership and provide a geographically and strategically well-placed platform to enable the company’s continued corporate growth.

Since its inception, STACK has continued to dynamically evolve as a leading data center infrastructure provider with operations in six markets today and continued planned expansion. The establishment of STACK’s headquarters in Denver is the most recent milestone in the Company’s development, enabling the geographic reach and agility needed to seamlessly support its clients’ dynamic needs into the future.

“We are thrilled STACK has selected Denver as the location for its corporate headquarters. Not only will STACK join our growing technology sector, they will be able to tap into our robust local talent pool,” said Deborah Cameron, chief business development officer at the Denver Office of Economic Development (OED).

“As a sixth-generation Coloradan, I am proud to launch STACK Denver. This is one of the most exciting growing technology hubs in the country. Denver complements STACK’s momentum and is the ideal location for our company,” said Brian Cox, chief executive officer of STACK. “This next step in STACK’s evolution is all about empowering our clients’ success by attracting and retaining exceptional local talent to foster collaboration and expansion throughout our organization. We look forward to being a part of this thriving community and building our collective future here.”

 

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