|Автор: Penny Jones|
US colo player CyrusOne has completed phase one of data center construction on a 200,000 sq ft site in West Houston.
The 94,000 sq ft facility is just one of seven planned for Texas, which includes two more for Houston alone.
CyrusOne broke ground on the site, which offrs 2N power redundancy and supports 250+ watts per saqft across the entire data center floor in June 2009.
An anchor client from the oil and gas industry has already taken space in the building – 12,000 sq ft.
CyrusOne is expanding aggressively at present, after being bought out by telecommunications company Cincinnati Bell last year, which has said it will invest most of its phone profits into its new data center business.
It only recently announced plans to use 10,000 sq ft of data center space at the Sentrum 4 data center bordering Greater London for its UK market entrance.
See more about CyrusOne’s global expansion plans nd London entry in the next edition of FOCUS magazine, our June 1.