Equinix to Break Ground on Its Newest Silicon Valley Data Center

Colocation and connectivity provider, Equinix, has broken ground on its latest data center build in San Jose, California. Located adjacent to its existing SV1 and SV5 International Business Exchange (IBX) data centers, the new site – Equinix SV10 – will be built on 11 acres of land purchased by Equinix and will augment the existing San Jose Great Oaks campus.

Equinix has invested approximately $275 million in the local economy with its existing SV1 and SV5 data centers, and the data center provider will invest an additional $125 million in the development of the first phase of the SV10 IBX data center.

equinix data centersThe Equinix data centers in the Silicon Valley area serve 600+ customers and represent one of the largest Internet exchange points in North America.

Equinix’s data center facilities house rich ecosystems that allow network and content providers, cloud and IT service providers, and enterprise customers to “quickly and efficiently” exchange critical business data with their customers and partners through interconnection.

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