Data Center Operator, ByteGrid, Unveils Expanded Cleveland Technology Center

ByteGrid, a provider of data center services including colocation and managed hosting, has announced the commissioning of 45,000 square feet of new data center space and 4 megawatts of power in the Cleveland Technology Center (CTC) on Rockwell Avenue in downtown Cleveland, Ohio.

Following its’ acquisition of the Cleveland Technology Center, ByteGrid embarked on a comprehensive renovation and expansion of the facility. The new build out was completed in less than four months and encompasses 26,000 square feet of new, high density raised floor and 19,000 square feet of conditioned space for mechanical, electrical and power equipment, and new technical office space. 

colocation-unites-statesByteGrid follows a strategic “build to demand” model and is now preparing to build out an additional 30,000 square feet to meet additional demand.

Overall, the new data center is optimized to provide turnkey solutions for large and midsize enterprises and federal organizations seeking high performance mission critical data center colocation, managed hosting and compliant hybrid cloud solutions.

“We value our investment in Cleveland and are proud to have created a significant IT resource for the business community,” said Ken Parent, CEO of ByteGrid. “Data Centers are the commerce platforms of the 21st century and create business ecosystems of customers and vendors that contribute to a ‘whole is greater than the sum of the parts’ phenomena that will benefit many other businesses in the area.”

BYTEGRID is a privately-held company headquartered in Northern Virginia. The company currently owns and operates data centers in the Washington, D.C., Atlanta, GA, Cleveland, OH, and now Chicago markets with plans to acquire additional facilities in 2014.

Furlow consulting