CyrusOne More Than Doubles Power Capacity in North Dallas Data Center
Additionally, CyrusOne has expanded the facility by 65,000 sq ft to meet the growing demands of national and global companies that are leveraging the Dallas facility for production server environments. With the completion of this latest data hall in the first quarter of 2011, the facility will have approximately 192,000 sq ft of data center space.
“As part of our unique business model, we stay ahead of the increasing demands pertaining to power, space and cooling inventory,” said Dave Ferdman, president and CEO, CyrusOne. “This increased demand for premier data center space stems from national and global organizations that find Dallas an attractive market for their mission-critical environments.”
As companies are refreshing their hardware platforms and moving toward the latest technologies, they are experiencing challenges with cooling these environments within their own data centers due to a lack of power and cooling capacity. \Instead of investing millions of capital dollars into retrofitting their data centers, companies are seeking colocation providers that have optimal power capacity to accommodate high density server environments.