The expansion of its St. Louis colocation data center at 210 North Tucker has been announced by Netrality Data Centers, one of the biggest privately held owners/operators of core interconnection facilities. Two new data halls totaling 11,600 square feet and an additional 1.2 megawatts of crucial capacity make up the expansion project.
All systems and security elements required to comply with HIPAA, PCI, SSAE-16 SOC1 & SOC2 regulations are N+1 redundant in the new data halls in St.Louis.
“We are excited to bring additional capacity to the St. Louis region,” said Amber Caramella, Chief Revenue Officer at Netrality Data Centers. “Our expansion underscores Netrality’s confidence in the continued economic growth in the city. St. Louis’ rapidly evolving market in technology, biotech, and healthcare will increase the demand for edge computing in the state. Netrality is thrilled to be in St. Louis and is looking forward to welcoming new customers into our infrastructure.”
In St. Louis, Netrality owns and manages two sites, 210 North Tucker and 900 Walnut, totaling more than 500,000 square feet of data center colocation space. Clients can choose from a large ecosystem of more than 70 Internet Exchanges, Content Delivery Networks (CDNs), cloud service providers (CSPs), and network service providers.
The 210 North Tucker expansion comes after Netrality bought KC2 – 7801 Nieman Road in December 2021 and the 365 Data Centers building on the Indy Telcom site in April 2022. One millisecond round trip delay for active-active replication between the two colocation data centers is possible due to the 10-mile distance between Netrality’s 1102 Grand and 7801 Nieman Road.
Presently, Netrality’s 18 locations in North America total 3.3 million square feet and more than 100 megawatts of power.