Zayo Group (NYSE: ZAYO) has purchased a colocation data center located at 7579 W 103rd Avenue in Westminster, Colorado. The acquisition would be driven by strong customer demand in the area, specifically along a high-tech corridor located between Boulder and Denver and the underserved Northwest Corridor.
This colocation data center includes 29,500 total square feet of floor space and features diverse fiber entrances, extensive interconnectivity, “robust” security, and “highly efficient” power and cooling systems.
The new data center expands Zayo’s infrastructure footprint in the state of Colorado, which now includes four colocation data centers and more than 4,000 fiber route miles, including extensive metro fiber in Denver, Colorado Springs and Boulder. In addition to serving existing and new customers, Zayo plans to support the infrastructure needs of the Front Range startup and accelerator community from this facility. This colocation data center will be directly linked to zColo’s data center at 1500 Champa.
“Zayo continues to experience accelerating demand in the Colorado Front Range, driven by strong local growth and national requirements,” said TJ Karklins, senior vice president of Zayo’s zColo business segment. “There are limited Tier III equivalent data centers in Northwest Denver, this location is strategic and will provide excellent access to our extensive fiber network.”