DataBridge Sites, a U.S. data center services provider operating three facilities and delivering colocation as well as cloud and disaster recovery services, has added Crown Castle to its connectivity portfolio. Crown Castle provides communications infrastructure and network services to enterprise businesses across the Unites States.
This relationship gives DataBridge’s colocation and cloud customers access to Crown Castle’s optical network. It would provide them with secured, high capacity bandwidth for private network requirements. It also gives them redundant access to Internet and cloud service providers (CSPs). The combination of services would allow DataBridge’s colocation and cloud customers to build best in class uptime solutions for their business needs.
“During these uncertain times, companies are transitioning even more aggressively to digital operations and the ability to always be available for their customers and employees is of even greater concern than ever before,” said Corey Blanton, Chief Operating Officer at DataBridge Sites. “As companies are reassessing and downsizing their office space, we are seeing them move their single rack and multi-rack office technical environments to our data center for security, connectivity and peace of mind.”
Baltimore, Washington DC, Chicago and Philadelphia
DataBridge Sites has over 150,000 square feet of data center space available. It operates three purpose-built data centers in locations that are approximately 30 miles outside of Baltimore, Washington DC, Chicago and Philadelphia. Each facility offers compliant colocation, cloud and disaster recovery services.
“Crown Castle is excited to bring our 80,000-mile nationwide fiber network, to provide high capacity, resilient network connectivity to DataBridge and their clients,” said Terry Cummings, Head of Enterprise Sales, Mid-Atlantic Region Crown Castle. “This includes over 10,000 miles of fiber in Pennsylvania.”