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Phoenix Colocation Special Pricing on a Private Full Cab
Phoenix, Arizona · Full cabinets (1+) · 30A/208 AC (single phase) · 75 Mpbs · /29 (8 usable)
$979/month
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Dedicated Server Dual CPU E5-2650v2 32GB Ram
Bettendorf, Iowa · Dedicated Server · 15/120V AC (single phase) · 100 Mbps · /30 (4 usable)
$150/month
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New Jersey 5kW Cabinet with 100 Mbps Blended Bandwidth
Franklin Township, New Jersey · Full cabinets (1+) · 5 kW · 30A/208 AC (single phase) · 100 Mbps · /28 (16 usable)
$1600/month
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Irvine, California · Full cabinets (1+) · 2 kW · 30A/208 AC (single phase) · Internet not included · IPs not included
$500/month
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DataBank Deploys Significant Expansion of its Pittsburgh Edge Data Center
DataBank, a leading provider of enterprise-class data center, connectivity and managed services, expands its Pittsburgh (PIT1) edge data center to accelerate the growth of the regions tech ecosystem. The latest expansion brings in an additional 10,500 sq. ft for a total of 25,000 sq. ft. of raised floor space. With the expansion, P1T1 will be able to address further demand for enterprise-grade infrastructure combined with robust interconnection options.DataBank recognizes Pittsburgh as a high growth market. Our PIT1 expansion and PIT2 facility represent over $50M in investment and demonstrate our commitment to serving the tech ecosystem and enterprises in this burgeoning marketplace, said Raul Martynek, Databanks CEO.DataBanks PIT1 is located inside Nova Place, a technology center in the heart of Pittsburghs North Side. PIT1 is a powerful hub for interconnection and the placement of mission critical infrastructure supporting cutting-edge technologies. Its a carrier neutral data center with connectivity to 31 carriers, offering customers access to hybrid, public, private, managed cloud options, along with 2MW of critical power.According to DataBank, the expansion includes the following:1500kW of 2N critical UPS IT load capacitySupplements 400kW of N+1 IT load capacity on first floor N+1, including upgraded rooftop heat rejection equipmentNew 1500kW of IT load supported by two new 2500kW generators with 2N redundancyUtility power delivered through new 2N transformers served by DQL 23kVA primary utility power service250 Tons of N+1 coolingCustomer space, including office, conference and break roomsWith this PIT1 expansion and our new PIT2 datacenter in North Fayette, DataBank offers the best colocation footprint in the Pittsburgh market. PIT1 is a dominant interconnection hub, addressing the metro and long-haul connectivity and resiliency needs of enterprises, as well as tech, cloud and content providers, added Stephen Callahan, DataBanks Senior Vice President of Sales.Headquartered in the historic former Federal Reserve Bank Building, in downtown Dallas, TX, DataBank is in nine markets including Atlanta, Baltimore, Cleveland, Dallas, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Minnesota, and Pittsburgh. The provider recently announced the commencement of construction for its Salt Lake City 5 (SLC5) data center.
19 Jul 2019
Goonhilly Earth Station Opens Cornwall, UK Data Center
Goonhilly Earth Station, Satellite communications innovator and space gateway, opened its new data center in Cornwall, UK. The company launched a managed, green high-performance computing (HPC) platform for AI and ML compute on demand. Goonhillys goal is to create a UK hub for AI and ML services that acts as a marketplace and allows academia and enterprise to collaborate and share ideas.Through our strong partnerships with industry and academia we pride ourselves on being at the forefront of innovation. Our new green data center is no exception. It is satisfying to open our doors to the many businesses and organizations with data-intensive applications who can benefit from this facility and the community we are creating, said Ian Jones, CEO of Goonhilly.Goonhillys green platform is designed to meet the data-intensive needs of the automotive, life sciences and space/aerospace marketplaces. The new managed platform delivers high-performance GPU-based compute and storage for decentralized and centralized AI and machine learning applications. According to the company, customers can reduce the cost of deployment and accelerate time to market by provisioning both compute and AI and machine learning resources on demand.Goonhilly Earth Station has deployed a liquid immersion cooling system from Submer to help mitigate the data and power intensive needs of the HPC. It is one of the first organizations in the UK to do that. Its onsite array of solar panels will meet the data centers 500kW power requirements. The organization informed that local wind power will be added to the mix shortly.There are people working on some clever algorithms to save our planet from climate change. The irony is that these models require heavy processing power. Fortunately new technology is helping, such as immersion cooling which is 45-50% more efficient than air cooling, cuts electricity demand in half, and also allows us to use the exhaust heat elsewhere, said Chris Roberts, Head of Data Center and Cloud at Goonhilly.Goonhilly provides a comprehensive range of leading-edge connectivity and operational solutions to the space industry, GEO, MEO and LEO satellite fleet operators, broadcasters, as well as enterprises seeking to grow their businesses on earth and in near and deep space. Customers include SES, Intelsat, Eutelsat, and Inmarsat, as well as space agencies, governments, broadcasters and others.
19 Jul 2019
Compass Datacenters Begins Construction in Goodyear
Compass Datacenters is making an entry in Phoenix, a high demand data center market. The Dallas-based company has begun construction of the first two data centers on its campus in the Phoenix suburb of Goodyear, Arizona. The campus is on 225 acres of land at the northwest corner of Bullard Avenue and Yuma Road. The two buildings will deliver a combined 72 MW of IT load. The construction is expected to be completed in Q4 2019.We have been working closely with a number of cloud, colocation, and hyperscale customers on data center projects on our campuses. The flexibility of our data center design along with our patented delivery methodology enables us to deliver just-in-time facilities customized to their specific requirements. These data centers will allow customers to reduce their on-going operating costs and will provide them with complete control over every element of the buildingincluding security, campus network connectivity, operations and maintenanceall on the aggressive timeline they demand, said Chris Crosby, CEO of Compass.The master plan for the first series of buildings on the campus will deliver 144 MW of IT load. According to the company, the Compass Phoenix campus will ultimately offer over 350 MW of power. The new facility benefits from three diverse fiber paths and HV fed brand new power infrastructure.Greater Phoenix was a natural next stop for the company because of its geographic location, availability of fiber connectivity, affordable cost of data center operations, and the rarity of natural disasters. The city of Goodyear, APS, Greater Phoenix Economic Council and Arizona Commerce Authority worked in partnership to assist Compass in bringing its facility to Goodyear.Compass Datacenters has more than $4 billion worth of data centers and edge computing facilities to its credit. The company serves cloud and SaaS providers, enterprises, colocation and hosting companies, and customers with distributed infrastructure requirements. Compass recently started construction of its first data center facility in Loudoun County in Northern Virginia. The first facility in Loudoun County will deliver 6MW of IT load to cloud and hyperscale customers. It is planned for 500,000 sq ft and 75MW of critical IT capacity.
15 Jul 2019
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