DataBank, a colocation and cloud hosting provider headquartered in the historic former Federal Reserve Bank Building in downtown Dallas, TX, has released details on an expansion of their Downtown Dallas data center. Numerous recent customer deployments and the signing of a large unnamed tenant have driven expansion in the company’s Downtown Dallas colocation facility.
The facility, built-out in the former Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, now houses over 160,000 square feet of DataBank data center space delivering colocation, carrier connectivity and managed services to the region.
The unnamed anchor tenant will occupy a private raised-floor suite encompassing almost half of the 22,000 square foot expansion. An additional 4MW of power (2MW-A & 2MW-B configured in 2N) will be deployed to feed the space.
“We have seen continual demand driving growth and expansion here in Dallas,” said Tim Moore, DataBank’s CEO. “We specialize in delivering tailored large-scale deployments by layering in custom features, complementary consulting and top-notch support. This allows DataBank to respond to a client’s unique requirements, rather than a cookie-cutter approach.”
In addition to the two sites in Dallas, DataBank’s super-regional footprint also includes two more enterprise-grade data centers in Kansas City, as well as another in Minneapolis. A second 90,000 square foot colocation facility is currently under construction in the south Twin Cities suburb of Eagan, MN.