The official opening of the maincubes AMS01 Data Center in Amsterdam will take place on 20 September 2018. During the opening maincubes will informally show the maincubes AMS01 data center to all interested persons and companies, while explaining maincubes’ philosophy and introducing the maincubes management team.
CoreSite Realty Corporation (NYSE:COR), a company with 450+ dedicated employees and one of its data center campuses located in Reston, Virginia, has planned to add 289,000 net rentable square feet of colocation space (50 megawatts of data center capacity) to its Reston data center campus.
Zayo has completed its long haul dark fiber route between Los Angeles and Dallas. The new long haul dark fiber route complements Zayo’s existing long haul network, enabling diverse connectivity between major West Coast data center markets to Dallas.
Colocation provider New Continuum Data Centers has joined the Open19 Foundation. Open19 Foundation is a non-profit organization, somewhat comparable to like Open Compute Project (OCP), founded in 2017 by Flex, GE Digital, HP Enterprise, LinkedIn and Vapor IO.
This week we’re providing you with a list of news items on the latest mergers and acquisitions within the global colocation data center market.
ROOT Data Center has announced plans to build a third data center to become part of its MTL-R1 La Salle campus in Montréal. MTL-R1B is a greenfield data center development that will create an additional 10MW of power capacity, allowing ROOT Data Center to meet the growing demands of new and existing customers.
Iron Mountain has signed a partnership with Google Cloud - to develop new AI-powered SaaS solutions on GCP. Through this partnership, Iron Mountain plans to help organizations analyze their vast physical and digital information and data repositories, to unlock insights, improve decision making and create new revenue streams.
OneNeck IT Solutions has signed a multi-year contract with Wisconsin-based Rogers Behavioral Health. As part of the agreement, OneNeck will provide hosted private cloud services and colocation space at its “top-tier” data center in Madison, Wisconsin.
H5 Data Centers has acquired from Intuit Inc. a 240,000 square-foot, purpose-built data center in Quincy, Washington. The acquisition expands H5 Data Centers’ portfolio across the U.S. to 12 data centers and compliments its 300,000 square-foot data center in downtown Seattle.
YellowFolder, a large supplier of digital file cabinet services to K-12 schools in the U.S., has moved its IT infrastructure from a virtual cloud-based storage solution to a colocation data center. According to YellowFolder, this is saving them nearly a million dollars in service costs per year.