CyrusOne (NASDAQ: CONE), global provider of colocation services, has expanded its downtown Cincinnati data center, adding 20,000 square feet and 2.25 megawatts of power capacity. The data center facility now has 212,000 square feet of colocation space with the capability of delivering up to 13 megawatts of power.
CyrusOne’s downtown Cincinnati data center is a key hub of its Midwest operation and is designed to enable multiple levels of redundancy (2N, N+1, and N) in the same data hall, allowing customers to choose the level that best meets their need and budget.
“Our decision to add 20,000 square feet was driven by customer demand for colocation space in this advanced facility capable of delivering superior resiliency and redundancy,” said Kevin Timmons, chief technology officer (CTO) at CyrusOne.
Located in the heart of Cincinnati’s downtown business district, CyrusOne’s data center adjoins the primary telecommunications hub for the Midwest. The fully redundant infrastructure features multiple fiber feeds and six independent power feeds, which can provide up to 13 megawatts of critical power.
CyrusOne specializes in enterprise-grade data center colocation, engineering facilities with the highest power redundancy (2N architecture), and power-density infrastructure required to deliver excellent availability.
The company operates 25 carrier-neutral data center facilities across the United States, Europe, and Asia. Its customers include nine of the Fortune 20 companies and more than 125 of the Fortune 1000 or equivalent-sized companies.