Global Data Center Provider CyrusOne Commissions New Data Center in Sterling, Va.

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DALLAS, TX – Global data center provider CyrusOne (NASDAQ:CONE) is pleased to announce the first 30,000 square feet of colocation space (CSF) was commissioned in mid-November in its 124,000-square-foot building in the city of Sterling in Loudoun County, Va. The first phase of the multiphase data center in Northern Virginia, the 124,000-square-foot building is going to have 15,000 square feet of office space and up to 12 megawatts of critical load.

Northern Virginia is home to one of the world’s largest clusters of data center real estate, and an estimated 70 percent of Internet traffic passes through Loudoun County, which is how it became dubbed “Data Center Alley.”

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StrataScale Announces Expansion into New Northern Virginia Data Center

June 23, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Webmaster ToolboxSACRAMENTO, CA – StrataScale, Inc. announced today the expansion into a data center building in Northern Virginia owned and operated by its parent company. StrataScale’s cloud and server hosting business growth in Northern California has been dramatic and resulted in numerous expansions in terms of its sales team, suite of products and executive management. The data center addition is in line with the company’s overall sales projections and corporate goals.

With utilization of the Ashburn facility, StrataScale now offers a greater geographic reach in delivering its innovative fully automated, fully integrated, and self-managed IaaS. The robust product offering of dedicated server and cloud hosting solutions, as well as colocation services, through a single portal interface is a powerful combination to meet the IT infrastructure needs and challenges of business today. Read more

ServInt Completes Build-Out of its Newest Data Center

April 27, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Webmaster ToolboxMcLean, VA ServInt, a pioneering provider of managed hosting for enterprises worldwide, today announced it has completed build-out of its new data center facility in Reston, Va., and that customers are now being turned up in the new location.

The Reston data center – built to accommodate ServInt’s strong recent growth – initially adds more than one-half a megawatt of capacity to ServInt’s existing North American data center footprint, and provides ample, additional on-site capacity for further expansion. The Reston location, which joins three other ServInt facilities in McLean, Va., Washington, DC and Los Angeles, offers excellent power and connectivity redundancy, and meets the highest standards for environmental sustainability.

“ServInt has been growing rapidly over the past year,” said ServInt CTO Matt Loschert. “This new private data center – built to our exacting specifications within one of the most advanced facilities on the East Coast – will allow us to easily accommodate that growth. The fact that our new location, like our DC facility, has access to some of the highest-quality connectivity in the country is an additional plus.”

ServInt’s new facility is a true private data center, built within a state-of-the-art complex which features the following important specifications:
–SAS 70 Type II certified;
–Six public utility feeds from two separate substations;
–2N/N+1 UPS power configurations;
–Four 2.25-megawatt emergency generators with two 20,000-gallon fuel tanks;
–24/7/365 manned security with multiple man-traps, CCTV monitoring, biometric scanners and mag-key card access points;
–Seven 400-ton cooling plants.

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Latisys Continues Expansion of Northern Virginia Data Center

March 25, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Web Hosting BlogEnglewood, CO – To meet a growing need for data center power, cooling and space in the market, Latisys today announced a significant expansion to its Ashburn, Virginia data center campus that includes 14 megawatts of additional power and 26,000 square feet of new, available raised floor space. The company also announced a new data center-as-a-service offering optimized specifically for large enterprises, public sector organizations and service providers throughout Greater Washington that have significant requirements for high-density (HD) data center power, cooling and capacity.

Commissioning 14 Megawatts of new HD data center colocation power uniquely positions Latisys with available inventory for enterprise IT infrastructure requirements. In addition to the Ashburn data center campus expansion, which is implemented on similar designs to its growing Chicago and Irvine data centers, Latisys is able to deliver flexible deployments which can scale to an average of 220 watts per square foot and also tie customer infrastructure seamlessly into the company’s disaster recovery solutions. Read more

Peak 10 Opens Second Richmond Data Center Facility

February 16, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Hosting BlogRICHMOND, VA – Peak 10 Inc., a managed services company with world-class data centers, today announced the opening of its second enterprise-class facility contiguous with current operations in Richmond. The 13,500 square-foot addition brings Peak 10 Richmond’s total footprint to nearly 30,000 square feet and will be the company’s 19th data center facility within its 10 U.S. markets.

“We are excited to have our Richmond 2 facility complete. We began the expansion project due to high customer demand from enterprise companies stretching from the Tidewater Virginia area to Washington, D.C.,” said Mark Wensell, Ph.D., the vice president and general manager of Peak 10 Richmond. “The second facility will allow us to continue serving the needs of our current and future customers and is a key part of our continued growth strategy.” Read more

Superb Internet Launches New Virginia Data Center

July 3, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Superb HostingWebmaster Tools – HONOLULU, HI – Superb Internet, one of the most prominent leaders in the web hosting industry, announced the opening of a new data center strategically located in Springfield, Virginia. This new space, called DCA3, compliments Superb Internet’s existing data centers located in McLean, VA and Seattle, WA.

Superb Internet invested significant resources to ensure this facility has optimal network connectivity with direct access to major fibers with fully redundant systems which include 8 parallel UPS units, 2 redundant 1.25MW diesel generators, and over 200 tons of AC cooling, expandable to over 500 tons.

The new facility will accommodate the growing demand for Superb Internet’s dedicated server, colocation, and managed services. Superb Internet attributes their continued success to the combination of offering high-performance servers with superior connectivity and unparalleled customer support.

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