U.S. data center colocation and carrier hotel provider, H5 Data Centers, has acquired the 925 Dalton Avenue facility in Cincinnati, Ohio, a 107,000 square-foot data center. The purpose-built enterprise data center, which was originally designed and built by PNC Bank, is a Tier III, concurrently maintained location near downtown Cincinnati and less than 15 minutes from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.
H5 Data Centers’ existing edge data center and carrier hotel in Cincinnati, situated at 360 Gest St., will be supplemented by the new data center in this area. Financial terms of the data center acquisition were not disclosed.
With gated parking, a secured multi-bay loading dock, and multiple authentication access restrictions, the newly acquired 925 Dalton data center in Cincinnati offers the highest security amenities. Next to that, several thousand square feet of office space are available, as well as access to the area’s major metro fiber networks and communications providers.
Ohio Data Center Market
To sum up, key data center highlights of H5’s new Cincinnati facility include:
- 107,000 square-foot enterprise data center
- 2MWs of newly-installed UPS-backed power
- Three existing 2.25 MW generators and dual electrical feeds
- Gated property with multi-bay loading dock and “first-class” data center amenities
“Ohio is a rapidly-growing data center market,” said Josh Simms, founder and CEO of H5 Data Centers. “H5 Data Centers will leverage our existing edge data center and carrier hotel location with the space, power and cooling capacity of 925 Dalton to deliver an exceptional colocation product to the Cincinnati market. We welcome the opportunity to continue to grow Cincinnati’s interconnection community and serve the mission-critical needs of the region’s leading enterprises.”