H5 Data Centers Expands San Antonio Facility, Enhances Network Ecosystem

H5 Data Centers HQsH5 Data Centers, a supplier of wholesale and colocation data centers across the US, has made an announcement about the expansion of its edge data center, which is situated at 100 Taylor Street in the central business district of San Antonio. Through the implementation of the Tier III extension of turn-key colocation space, it would be possible to accommodate up to an extra 340 cabinets and up to 1.5 megawatts of new UPS capacity.

Josh Simms, founder and CEO of H5 Data Centers
“Our expanded colocation data center is serving the growing demand for colocation space and services in San Antonio and Austin,” said Josh Simms, founder and CEO of H5 Data Centers.

During the year 2023 alone, five new communications providers have installed infrastructure at the campus of the data center, which has contributed to the ongoing expansion of the ecosystem that is rich in networks.

“International carriers, regional Internet Service Providers, and enterprises continue to add to the growing San Antonio interconnection ecosystem,” said Josh Simms, founder and CEO of H5 Data Centers. “This is a positive statement. Given San Antonio’s strategic position along key long haul fiber routes and location in South Texas, our data center is well positioned for continued IT infrastructure services growth, serving the growing demand for colocation space and services in San Antonio and Austin.”

A Few Highlights from the San Antonio Edge Data Center:

  • The carrier hotel has 85,000 square feet in size
  • It would be a key hub for connectivity in the surrounding metropolitan districts of San Antonio and Austin
  • It provides the ability to communicate with over thirty-five different carriers
  • San Antonio is considered to be one of the most secure places in the United States to establish a data center

With more than three million square feet of data center colocation space under management, H5 Data Centers is one of the leading data center operators in the United States. The firm is responsible for the design and engineering of data center systems that are both adaptable and scalable – to meet the core infrastructure and edge needs of its clients. In twenty distinct markets, H5 Data Centers is responsible for the management of twenty-two data centers.