CyrusOne To Host Open House Dec. 3 For New Houston West III Data Center
CyrusOne to celebrate its third Houston West campus facility, part of the largest seismic exploration computing campus in the United States.
CyrusOne will host an open house celebration for current and potential customers and partners, as well as the media, on Thursday, Dec. 3, from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. CyrusOne president and CEO Gary Wojtaszek, as well as other members of CyrusOne’s leadership team, will be in attendance.
“We’re very excited to showcase this new facility. With advanced security features, power capabilities, and connectivity, the Houston West campus is attractive to many different enterprises across various industry verticals. As companies continue to expand their IT infrastructure due to the rapid growth in data, applications, high performance compute, and connectivity requirements, many technology leaders are partnering with CyrusOne to meet their needs for flexible and scalable data center space,” said Scott Brueggeman, chief marketing officer, CyrusOne.
The Houston West data center campus is the first and largest geophysical center of excellence for seismic exploration computing. At full build, Houston West III is projected to provide 640,000 sq ft of data center space and up to 96 megawatts of critical power.
Located along a major fiber corridor in Houston, CyrusOne’s Houston West campus features stringent physical security and is strategically positioned with access to redundant utility power feeds and access to the fastest and most reliable telecommunications networks. As part of CyrusOne’s National IX (Internet Exchange) platform, this Houston data center provides interconnection to other CyrusOne data centers in Texas and beyond.
Globally, CyrusOne operates 31 carrier-neutral facilities across the United States, Europe, and Asia to provide customers with the flexibility and scale to match their specific IT growth needs. CyrusOne facilities are engineered to include the power-density infrastructure required to deliver excellent availability, including an architecture with the highest-available power redundancy (2N).