After expanding its bare metal services in Europe to Amsterdam and Frankfurt, global data center colocation and interconnection services provider Cyxtera is now offering bare metal services from data centers in Denver and Toronto.
Cyxtera Enterprise Bare Metal would offer users the security, control, and performance of dedicated colocation infrastructure in an on-demand, subscription-based model. Through Cyxtera’s digital exchange, the company delivers a combination of colocation, on-demand bare metal, interconnectivity, on-ramps to public cloud, and a rich ecosystem of technology providers.
By launching the delivery of Enterprise Bare Metal from its facilities in Denver and Toronto, Cyxtera now offers enterprise and government customers access to its innovative infrastructure solution in 14 markets around the world – Amsterdam, Frankfurt, and London in Europe, as well as Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, Los Angeles, New York/New Jersey Metro, Northern Virginia, Phoenix, Silicon Valley, and Toronto in North America.
“Across our global footprint, customers have consistently gravitated towards our Enterprise Bare Metal offering as a solution for their dynamic and ever-changing business needs,” said Randy Rowland, Chief Operating Officer of Cyxtera. “Whether it’s expanding to a new market or extending their existing infrastructure in one of our data centers, customers are increasingly taking advantage of being able to deploy capacity that meets stringent compliance and security requirements in a dynamic fashion to meet their needs. Adding this capability in Denver and Toronto is an important expansion for our North American customers.”
HPE, Fujitsu, NVIDIA
Cyxtera’s Enterprise Bare Metal platform is designed to meet a broad range of workload needs and provides access to infrastructure from leading enterprise IT providers like HPE, Fujitsu and NVIDIA. In addition, Cyxtera works with key partners across multiple geographic markets to extend the reach of its offering to customers globally.
Cyxtera’s data center facilities in Denver and Toronto offer scalable colocation solutions and access to various cloud and managed service providers via the Cyxtera digital exchange.
Cyxtera’s Denver data center facilities are in one of the lowest disaster risk markets in the US, offering ultra-low latency to both coasts for the mission-critical production or disaster recovery needs of modern enterprises. The company’s Toronto data center facilities are NVIDIA DGX ready certified to enable customers’ AI workloads right in the heart of this commercial, distribution, financial, and industrial hub of Canada.