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Equinix Tokyo Data Centers Continue Normal Operations

March 15, 2011 by  

Hosting ToolboxREDWOOD CITY, CA — Equinix, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX), a provider of global data center services, today announced that its two International Business Exchange™ (IBX®) data centers in Tokyo (TY1 and TY2) are operating as normal.

“We express our sincere sympathy to the victims of the earthquake in northeastern Japan. We can confirm that there is no damage or operational impact to our two data centers in Tokyo,” said Steve Smith, President and CEO of Equinix.


“We have concerns about the power supply from Tokyo Electric Power Company. We have fueled the generators at our Tokyo data centers to their full capacity, which will provide emergency backup power in the event of any power disruption. We can keep our Tokyo data centers up and running as normal,” said Kei Furuta, managing director, Equinix Japan. “Our local operations team in Japan and our Asia Pacific Network Operations Center (APNOC) have been closely monitoring the situation and will continue to provide services to our customers. They are available 24×7 to our customers to provide the latest information and assistance.”

About Equinix
Equinix, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX) connects businesses with partners and customers around the world through a global platform of high performance data centers, containing dynamic ecosystems and the broadest choice of networks. More than 3,275 enterprises, cloud, digital content and financial companies connect to more than 625 network service providers and rely on Platform Equinix to grow their business, improve application performance and protect their vital digital assets. Equinix operates in 35 strategic markets across North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific and continually invests in expanding its platform to power customer growth.

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