Sterling Network Expands Phoenix Data Center

Sterling Network Services has expanded its Phoenix data center complex by more than 45,000 square feet, the company said today, citing demand from enterprise clients for outsourced data center space.

“This expansion allows us to continue to offer the highest quality, most secure data center services at the most reasonable costs,” said Anthony Wanger, Managing Director of Sterling Network Services. “We are the preferred solution for enterprise companies looking to move data centers, maintain the highest levels of service and uptime, and save money.”

The raised floor data center was constructed to 150+ watts per foot power capacity, and a 2N+ configuration that provides duplicate backup equipment for all essential systems for superior redundancy. A portion of the space is comprised of dedicated data centers for enterprise use, each designed to meet and exceed Tier 4 and Tier 3 data center standards.

“Sterling can meet and exceed any data center or colocation requirement at virtually any level of security and redundancy,” said Wanger. As an Internet gateway, Sterling offers carrier neutral access to over 40 telecommunications and Internet service providers, including all of the largest providers in North America.

The new space uses equipment from Emerson Network Power’s Liebert unit, including the new Liebert DS precision cooling system, the Liebert 610 UPS systems and Power Distribution equipment. The refrigerant-based DS system is Liebert’s response to rising heat loads created by high-density blade server installations.

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Rich Miller is the founder and editor at large of Data Center Knowledge, and has been reporting on the data center sector since 2000. He has tracked the growing impact of high-density computing on the power and cooling of data centers, and the resulting push for improved energy efficiency in these facilities.