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Compass Datacenters Achieves Key Milestones In 2012
Accomplishments in 2012 include First Customer Leases, Tier III Certification from Uptime Institute and Groundbreaking of Two Data Center Campuses

DALLAS, Jan. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Compass Datacenters has achieved numerous strategic milestones since the company launched operations in April of 2012, laying a foundation for strong growth in the coming year. "This has been a very productive first few months for our company since our public launch in April, and I am very proud of how far we've come in such a short time," said Chris Crosby, CEO of Compass Datacenters. "We have exceeded all of our objectives for 2012, and we have a solid foundation in place for growth over the coming 12-18 months."

Compass began construction and leasing of data center campuses in two markets during 2012:

"Both of these projects are off to great starts, with construction fully under way in both Durham and Franklin. Completion of the first data center buildings on the Durham and Franklin properties is projected for late Q1 and early Q2 2013, respectively," said Chris Curtis, Senior Vice President, Development & Acquisitions at Compass Datacenters.

Other milestones include:

Crosby added: "We have a tremendous team in place and are poised to continue building within our strategic anchors of product leadership, operational excellence and customer intimacy. Our ability to be guided by these principles will enable us to successfully grow our base of customers and the company in 2013."

About Compass Datacenters
Compass Datacenters builds and operates standalone data centers using its patent-pending Truly Modular™ Architecture, which provide customers with dedicated wholesale solutions where they need them. The innovative design of its facilities make it possible for Compass Datacenters to deliver state-of-the-art solutions for customers anywhere in the United States, serving the vast majority of companies that are not located in the few markets where geographically-constrained data center facilities are currently concentrated. For more information, visit www.compassdatacenters.com.

SOURCE Compass Datacenters

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