Maryland Data Center Company DataBridge Sites Upgrades Dark Fiber Capacity

DataBridge Sites, a data center colocation provider that offers over 100,000 square feet of data center space available in locations that are approximately 20 miles outside of Baltimore, Washington DC, and Chicago, has partnered with Dark Fiber and Infrastructure (DF&I) to add a new low latency network route between Maryland and Northern Virginia.

Photo Wes George, CTO and VP Networking, Databridge Sites
“This unique fiber route allows our MD/DC customers to keep data local and accessible while leveraging DF&I’s unique low latency fiber route to key Internet/cloud exchanges for other workloads,” said Wes George, CTO and VP Networking, Databridge Sites.

This new network route would provide Internet and cloud service providers in Ashburn significant security, diversity, and latency benefits over rival routes connecting the regions, as well as significant network capacity.

“These management teams have a long relationship of working together successfully, and DF&I is thrilled to partner with DataBridge Sites as a critical on-ramp partner for this game changing network.” said John Schmitt, Founder and Chief Revenue Officer – DF&I.

“During these uncertain times, companies are transitioning even more aggressively to digital operations and the ability to always be available for their customers and employees is of even greater concern than ever before.”

Access to Key Internet/Cloud Exchanges

DataBridge Sites now has over 100 clients in Maryland and Chicago, with over 100,000 square feet of data center space and more than 15 megawatts of electricity available.

“As companies are reassessing and downsizing their office space, we are seeing them move their in-house technical environments to our data center and cloud for security, connectivity and peace of mind,” said Corey Blanton, Chief Operating Officer, DataBridge Sites.

“This unique fiber route allows our MD/DC customers to keep data local and accessible while leveraging DF&I’s unique low latency fiber route to key Internet/cloud exchanges for other workloads,” said Wes George, Chief Technology Officer and VP Networking, Databridge Sites. “This combination provides the proximity and flexibility to maximize their hybrid IT environment.”

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