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Phoenix, Arizona · Full cabinets (1+) · Not Applicable · 75 Mpbs · /29 (8 usable)
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CoreSite Celebrates VA3 Data Center Grand Opening
CoreSite Realty Corporation, a premier provider of secure, reliable data center and interconnection solutions in major U.S. metropolitan areas, celebrated the Grand Opening of its newest colocation facility, VA3. The facility located in Reston, Virginia, provides the CoreSite customer community with the immediate benefits of a vibrant ecosystem of natively deployed networks, cloud on-ramps, and solution partners.The CoreSite Reston campus provides customers cloud connectivity and delivers the highest security and performance, low latency, with the lowest cost of cloud service utilization, said Juan Font, CoreSites Senior Vice President, General Management, in a statement.With over 100MW of expected capacity for the Reston Campus Expansion, and the multi-cloud capabilities of the CoreSite platform, we are in a position to deliver the maximum degree of scale, operational flexibility and performance throughout the entire lifecycle of customers digital transformation journey, Juan Font added.The company informed that its Northern Virginia market was comprised of over 280 customers as of June 30, 2019. It includes approximately 40 cloud providers, 170 enterprises, and 70 network providers. Also, the Fairfax County location allows CoreSite to serve the native base of enterprises, systems integrators, universities, and governmental agencies with the lowest latency to the largest public clouds.CoreSite delivers secure, reliable, high-performance data center and interconnection solutions in eight key North American markets. CoreSite Realty Corporation was started in 2001 as CRG West, a portfolio company of The Carlyle Group. In 2009, CRG West rebranded as CoreSite. Today, more than 1,350 of the worlds leading enterprises, network operators, cloud providers, and supporting service providers rely on CoreSite.The company has twenty-one operational data centers in eight strategic U.S. markets from coast-to-coastBoston, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Northern Virginia DC, and Silicon Valley. CoreSite has a portfolio totaling more than 4.1 million square feet of data center space.
16 Oct 2019
Cologix Adds Third Data Center in Dallas
Cologix, a network-neutral interconnection, and hyperscale edge data center company, has added a third data center in the renowned INFOMART Dallas building, the regions preeminent carrier hotel. The new, state-of-the-art DAL3 data center will come online Q1 2020. The latest 13,000 SQF expansion will support the demands of enterprise customers and cloud service providers.Our new interconnection hub will support growing consumer demand for speed and capacity to support immediate access to online banking and healthcare as well as on-demand gaming and apps like Fortnite and Lyft, video and live streaming with services like Netflix, YouTube and other content delivered to smartphones and other connected devices. In addition, Dallas is one of the U.S. metro markets where carriers are in a race to build 5G networks, said Bill Fathers, Chairman, and CEO of Cologix, in a statementLocated at 1950 North Stemmons Freeway, the new facility will utilize Cologixs existing Meet-Me-Room (MMR) and offer diverse fiber paths from customer cabinet/cage space to the MMR. It offers connections to Amazon Web Services Direct Connect, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute, IBM Cloud, and Oracle FastConnect.DAL3 is designed for 3kW/cabinet with higher-density configurations available up to 15 kW/cabinet. It will offer 2.25 MW of power. Cologix claims that DAL3 at the Infomart hosts the largest number of carriers out of any single building in a 900-mile radius with more than 8,700 strands of fiber running into the facility.According to Cologix, other key features for DAL3 include:Best available network neutral connectivity: 53 unique networks (including to Central America) in the Cologix-controlled Meet-Me-Room. Dual fiber entrances via vaults by individual carrier to Cologix vault.Central location: Infomart Dallas with the largest number of carriers in Southwest U.S.Cooling Technology: Hot aisle containment with chilled water in-row cooling technology with N+1 chillers control data center.DAL3 joins the 35K SQF of the currently operational DAL1 and DAL2 facilities. It brings about 50K SQF of data center space to Dallas upon completion. The company said that DAL3 is another example of Cologixs continuous investment in the expansion of interconnection hubs. Fortune 1,000 businesses need access to the best data center and interconnections available, especially when running latency-sensitive applications and accessing cloud compute services. Cologix provides diverse and unique access unparalleled in the industry, added Bill Fathers.Providing reliable, secure, scalable hyperscale edge data center solutions, Cologix has a presence in 10 strategic North American markets. The company has data centers in Ashburn, Columbus, Dallas, Jacksonville, Lakeland, Minneapolis, Montreal, New Jersey, Toronto, and Vancouver. The company has recently announced the expansion of its data center campus in Longueuil, outside of Montreal in Quebec.
11 Oct 2019
Equinix and GIC Complete Formation of $1bn European Data Center Joint Venture
Equinix has announced the completion of the greater than US$1.0 billion joint venture in the form of a limited liability partnership with GIC, Singapores sovereign wealth fund, to develop and operate new facilities in Europe. The initial six facilities in the joint venture will be located in Amsterdam, London (two sites), Frankfurt (two sites), and Paris markets, on some of Equinixs existing International Business Exchange (IBX) data center campuses.The formation of our JV with GIC is a strategic milestone for Equinix as we continue to deepen our relationships with the worlds largest cloud and hyperscale companies and help them meet their core workload deployment needs and gain proximity to the thriving business ecosystems available at Equinix, said Charles Meyers, President and CEO, Equinix, in a statement.The Redwood City, Calif.-based co-location and interconnection giant informed that xScale data centers would serve the unique core workload deployment needs of a targeted group of hyperscale companies, including the worlds largest cloud service providers. xScale data centers offer access to Equinixs comprehensive suite of interconnection and edge services. They are engineered to meet the technical and operational requirements and price points of core hyperscale workload deployments.The facilities will allow these key enablers of digital transformation to streamline their continued growth, while strengthening Equinixs leadership position in the cloud ecosystem. Equinix is planning to have similar initiatives in the future to expand its global footprint. We look forward to launching similar JVs in other operating regions and believe these efforts will continue to further differentiate Equinix as the trusted center of a cloud-first world, added Charles Meyers.As part of the deal, the Equinix LD10 IBX facility has been sold to the joint venture. The portion of the facility that has been dedicated to hyperscale deployments has been re-named the LD13x xScale data center. The balance of the facility, which is dedicated to retail colocation deployments, will be leased by Equinix from the JV and will retain the Equinix LD10 IBX name. Also, the former Equinix PA8 IBX in Paris, which has also been sold to the joint venture, has been re-named the PA8x xScale data center.The FR9x xScale data center in Frankfurt will add 10 MW of capacity in Q3 2020 when the initial phase is opened. At full capacity, the company expects the facility to support 18 MW of capacity. Equinix also informed that the LD11x xScale data center in London would add 10 MW of capacity for hyperscale customers in Q1 2021 when the initial phase is opened. At full capacity, the facility is expected to support 19 MW of capacity.
10 Oct 2019


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