CyrusOne has completed construction of a new data hall on its data center campus in the Phoenix suburb of Chandler, AZ. The data hall added 36,000 colocation sq ft (CSF) to the Chandler campus with 2 megawatts of power capacity.
“Phoenix remains one of our fastest-growing markets, and with 57 acres available on the campus, we are afforded plenty of room for additional growth. Enterprise customers colocated within this campus continue to benefit dramatically from our Massively Modular engineering capabilities with each new data hall expansion. It’s this level of scalability that enables us to continually meet our customers’ growing demands for mission-critical infrastructure in such a dynamic market,” said John Hatem, executive vice president of design, construction and operations, CyrusOne.
CyrusOne’s Phoenix data center is well suited for Fortune 1000 companies that require robust data center infrastructure for mission-critical applications and want to locate in an area that is generally considered one of the safest in the country — free from natural disasters, including seismic activity, tornadoes, and hurricanes. The Phoenix campus is one of the largest and most energy-efficient facilities in the United States.
As part of CyrusOne’s National Internet Exchange (IX) platform, the Phoenix data center provides interconnection to other CyrusOne data centers across the country.
CyrusOne operates more than 30 carrier-neutral data center 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).
Renowned for exceptional service, building enduring customer relationships, and high customer satisfaction levels, CyrusOne serves nine of the Fortune 20 and more than 175 of the Fortune 1000 among its more than 945 customers.
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