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Privately Held
IndustryInformation Technology & Services
Founded2007; 17 years ago (2007)
Headquarters340 Progress Circle,
Cheyenne, WY 82007
United States
Key people
  • Shawn Mills (CEO & Founder)
  • Cortney Thompson (CIO & Founder)
  • Thomas Burns (CTO & Founder)
  • Jason Graf (CFO)
  • Software Development
  • Cloud Hosting
  • Colocation Services
  • IT Operations Management

Lunavi is a managed IT services and application development company headquartered in Cheyenne, Wyoming, United States. Formerly known as Green House Data, the company rebranded in 2020 to Lunavi[1] in order to unify a series of acquisitions and represent additional technology services beyond data centers. The company's name represents the concepts of "lu" for light and "navi" for navigation.

The company has offices in Omaha, Nebraska; Denver, Colorado; Toronto, Ontario; Seattle, Washington; and Bellingham, Washington. It operates data centers in Wyoming, Washington, Colorado, Georgia, Texas, and New York.


Lunavi has a notable past as one of the few technology companies of its size and stature founded in Cheyenne, helping establish the city as a hub for data centers[2] within the Rocky Mountain region. Cheyenne has since been ranked as a top location for data centers, with Microsoft, Echostar, and NCAR all operating facilities nearby.

Lunavi was founded in 2007 as Green House Data, offering data center services such as colocation as well as an early cloud Infrastructure as a Service platform based on VMware technology.

After numerous acquisitions, including Seattle-based data center service provider FiberCloud, Atlanta-based cloud infrastructure provider Cirracore, and Toronto-based Microsoft consulting provider Infront Consulting Group, Lunavi expanded its business model to offer additional managed services, business applications, and IT consulting.

In 2019 the company acquired Omaha-based Deliveron Consulting Services, a DevOps-focused software development and cloud computing consulting firm. With these series of acquisitions and service additions, the organization launched a new brand under the Lunavi name[3]

Lunavi in the Media



  1. September 21; 2020 (2020-09-21). "Green House Data Unites Acquired Companies Under Lunavi Brand". Channel Futures. Retrieved 2020-10-02.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)
  2. Eagle, Wyoming Tribune. "Wyoming ranks in top 5 for locating data centers". Casper Star-Tribune Online. Retrieved 2020-10-02.
  3. Post, Dave Lerner / The Cheyenne. "Greenhouse Data Rebrands and Expands, Now Lunavi". The Cheyenne Post. Retrieved 2020-10-02.

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