Paperspace Expands Public Cloud with Colocation Provider CoreSite

Paperspace, a technology company that provides its customers with a full, personal computer that lives in the cloud and is accessible from any web browser, has just completed data center deployments in CoreSite’s New York and Santa Clara colocation data center campuses.

Paperspace worked with its IT services provider, COLOpeople, to find a scalable, high-performance data center solution to meet the needs of its newly launched cloud computing platform.

The cloud services provider chose CoreSite for its access to leading enterprises, cloud providers and internet peering exchanges, as well as flexible and scalable data center solutions, based on strong initial customer demand for Paperspace’s cloud solution. It was critical for Paperspace to deploy within a high-density, scalable, national data center platform operated by a provider with a strong track record of reliability.

cloud hosting coresite“Our primary needs for a data center partner are to be flexible in accommodating our rapid growth in high-density power environments and to offer connectivity to a robust set of enterprise customers and network- and cloud-service partners across the U.S.,” said Daniel Kobran, co-founder of Paperspace. “CoreSite continues to more than meet all of our criteria.”

Data Centers New York, Silicon Valley

With its deployments on both coasts in CoreSite’s colocation data center platform, Paperspace would be able to reach an expanded audience within CoreSite’s robust customer communities, including a growing base of enterprise demand.

CoreSite’s New York campus includes data center facilities in Manhattan and Secaucus, NJ, comprising over 280,000 square feet of connected, data center capacity hosting over 45 network service providers.

CoreSite‘s Silicon Valley data center market is comprised of operational facilities in Santa Clara, San Jose, and Milpitas, with an additional two data centers in Santa Clara currently under construction. When completed, these seven facilities will total nearly 780,000 square feet of data center capacity.