CyrusOne is an international data center solutions, which has been offering colocation services around its 31 data center globally. Now it has opened its third data center in Austin, Texas. That center accumulates almost 1,20,000 colocation square feet, maximum 18 megawatts of detracting power volume and 25,000 square feet of Class-A office slot at entire build. The foremost phase of the data center was recently finished that highlights 55,000 square feet and up to 3 megawatts of power.
Austin III data center was located some distance from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, which will provide smooth access to abundant amenities like fully equipped restaurants and hotels. This data center is also a part of its National Internet Exchange (IX) to authorize interconnection to other data centers in Texas and beyond. Its National IX would join reasonably strong connectivity with heavily scaled data centers.
Globally, the company has been running 31 carrier neutral colocation facilities around US, Asia and Europe to afford consumers with an adaptability and scale to match their particular IT growth requirements and to deliver superior availability, good architecture with the largest available power redundancy (2N). John Hatem, who is the vice president of CyrusOne told that the insistence for colocation space endure to raise in this marketplace.
The company is uniquely qualified and dedicated to meet this developing need via enlarging their data center space and power capacities in Austin. Their expanding footprint proves that they can offer mission-critical infrastructure capabilities, which align with their user’s emerging IT demands. They were able to come up strong team online both on time and on budget, said by Danny Cowser who is the director, design and construction of CyrusOne.