City Council welcomes the growth potential of expanding its local tech sector.
NEW CASTLE, PA — October 18, 2019 — With the support of the New Castle, PA City Council, ServaxNet, LLC has purchased and will be renovating the former Penn Power headquarters, a 42,000 sq. ft. commercial building which has sat vacant for over a decade. In addition to helping increase job creation in New Castle, the building’s technological transformation sends a clear signal that New Castle is welcoming the tech sector.
For ServaxNet, LLC, the data center will increase the scale and speed of their managed services through a broader network of geographic locations which will now include U.S. data centers in the East (New Castle), Central (Dallas), and West (Las Vegas). In terms of ServaxNet LLC customers located on the East Coast and in Europe, they will experience significantly lower latency.
The data center is slated for completion and will be fully operational in 2020.
Per Dennis Liang, ServaxNet LLC’s CEO, “New Castle was our top choice as a strategic location. Not only has the New Castle City Council given enthusiastic support for the project, but we also look forward to making a positive impact on the community.”
Tom Smith, a New Castle City Council Member, agrees that ServaxNet’s data center will likely have a long-term positive impact on the local economy, “I am very excited to hear that ServaxNet, LLC decided to purchase and locate the business in the vacant Penn Power Building. Daniel Romanowski and Dennis Liang have expressed their commitment to renovating an existing building and bringing a technology-based sector business to our downtown area. I am confident that this type of 21st Century technological presence in New Castle could potentially lead to additional growth and future expansion.”
ServaxNet, LLC is a managed services company specializing in customized hosting and server management solutions for all industries.
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