C7 Announces Expansions To Utah Data Center

March 9, 2011 by  

Hosting ToolboxSalt Lake City, UT – Colocation and IT infrastructure provider C7 Data Centers, Inc. (C7) continues expansion of its newest data center in Bluffdale, Utah. C7 opened the Bluffdale data center in November 2010, by signing a multi-year agreement with a large anchor tenant. Since then, several new customers have contracted for cage and cabinet space necessitating an additional 12,000 square foot build out.

The Bluffdale facility now counts 24,000 square feet built out or in process and another 26,000 square feet of floor space to be provisioned as demand continues to increase.

Including the expansion in Bluffdale, C7 has increased its total data center space from 2,000 square feet in 2007 to more than 74,000 square feet. C7 has utilized 80 percent of the space in its three other data center facilities in Salt Lake City, Lindon and Orem, Utah, and will continue to expand both in-state and in the region during 2011.

“C7 continues to offer prospects and customers the most advanced data center services in the region while providing the best value and competitive prices,” Nathan Hatch, CEO, C7 Data Centers, stated. “We look forward to building an even stronger presence for C7 in Utah and throughout the West.”

C7’s expansion in Bluffdale is indicative of strong demand for high-density colocation and dedicated hosting facilities built to meet power requirements and are still reasonably priced. The Salt Lake City area is a prime location for companies considering data center space due to the nation’s lowest incidence of disasters, low power costs, and superior IT talent. Over the past several years, corporations – both large and small – as well as government entities, have selected Utah for its business-focused policies, Internet connectivity, and highly educated workforce.

About C7 Data Centers
C7 Data Centers is a privately held Utah company focused on providing high-value colocation, disaster recovery, and virtualization solutions to local, national and international businesses. Companies select Utah for colocation and business continuance because of its disaster free record, low operational costs, and easily accessible location in the United States. C7 is committed to research in the areas of cooling efficiencies, product solutions and leading edge data center technologies. For more information about C7 Data Centers, please visit

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