Codero Hosting, a provider of dedicated servers, managed hosting, cloud and hybrid hosting services, has announced the opening of its flagship data center in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. This Tier 3 facility is the fourth Codero data center in the U.S., built-out in collaboration with Digital Realty.
Located 15 miles from downtown Dallas, the Codero Dallas-Forth Worth (DFW) data center is part of the 70-acre Digital Dallas Data Campus situated along primary fiber routes, and master planned for more than 100 megawatts of power (N+1). The campus is a strategic, resilient location away from seismic regions and areas prone to flooding. It is located within a major Texas fiber hub with multiple carriers enabling a variety of connectivity options.
The new facility is Codero’s fourth SSAE 16 data center in the U.S. and features the following:
- 10 gigabit switches throughout, running to the rack and server for maximum performance and future upgradability
- Access to on-site 138KV power substation delivering dual-feed 12.47 utility power from two independent utility substations to guarantee strong uptime
- 6,900 kW of UPS power
- 2500 kVA delivered by 480V service
- Four 625 kVA UPS systems configured as 2N
- Sixteen 150-ton RTUs configured as N+1 for optimum cooling
- Nine fiber providers located within data center campus
“The new Codero data center is all about serving customers requiring world-class performance, reliability and scalability running on the most advanced networking technology infrastructure,” said Robert Autenrieth, COO of Codero Hosting. “DFW is the hub of connectivity for the U.S. Whether it’s bare metal dedicated servers, public cloud hosting, private cloud, or our patented On-Demand Hybrid Cloud technology, our expanded data center footprint supports it all.”