DataBank, a company headquartered in the historic former Federal Reserve Bank Building in downtown Dallas, TX, with additional data centers in North Dallas, Minneapolis and Kansas City, has announced a large-scale addition of white-floor data center space to the company’s North Dallas data center.
The site, dubbed by DataBank as DFW2, is located in a secured business campus in the Northern Dallas suburb of Richardson, TX. The facility would boast some of the highest specs for a multi-tenant data center in the entire region. Fed diversely with over 20MW of onsite power, the 2N design in both utility and on-site power generation would offer DataBank’s discerning clientele the utmost security and uptime availability.
“The expansion will allow us to provide space for new clients needing to deploy in early 2016,” said Tim Moore, CEO of DataBank. “The market’s acceptance of this facility and the opportunity to easily expand the existing footprint will position us nicely to address the growing demand in Dallas-Ft Worth for the type of quality and level of service we can offer. Additionally, we have begun planning for a new building site to support our continued expansion in the market for several years.”
DataBank provides of enterprise-grade business solutions for data center, managed services, and cloud. The company aims to provide its customers with 100% uptime availability of all their critical data, applications and deployed infrastructure.