CentriLogic, a global provider of managed hosting, cloud hosting, and advanced IT outsourcing solutions, has opened a multi-million dollar energy-efficient data center in Mississauga, Ontario. From this facility, with a calculated PUE as low as 1.1, CentriLogic will deliver its comprehensive suite of managed hosting, co-location, cloud and advanced technology services to local and global clients.
CentriLogic’s new data center is a 28,000 square foot, highly redundant and secured facility that is engineered to the industry’s highest standards. The facility has 7,000 square feet of raised floor space, with an additional 10,000 square foot raised floor expansion planned for early 2016.
Hot aisle containment PODS and traditional raised floor configurations will support both low and high power capacity deployments with up to 20 kW per data center rack available. Additional infrastructure details include approximately 1.5MW of available power, highly redundant configurations across all critical power and cooling systems. The facility will be certified in accordance with CentriLogic’s extensive compliance practices, including SSAE 16, SOC 2, PCI 3.0, and ISO 27001 & 9001 standards.
The new facility would significantly increase CentriLogic’s data center presence in the Greater Toronto Area, with four locations totaling approximately 70,000 square feet of operational data center and disaster recovery space.
“The Southern Ontario region has been pivotal to CentriLogic’s growth since we began Canadian operations in 2009, and this facility enables us to further extend our capabilities to mid-to-large enterprises that require complex solutions delivered from world-class infrastructure,” said Robert Offley, President & CEO of CentriLogic. “As we look to expand our presence nationwide, we are now able to immediately satisfy the increasing demand we are seeing from local and global enterprises for cloud, co-location, and managed services in Canada.”
As a global managed hosting provider, CentriLogic now owns and operates 10 data centers throughout North America, Europe, and Asia, with a total footprint of over 140,000 square feet.