Roundup: Data Center Expansions

In this morning’s news roundup, we have items about multiple data center expansions in markets around the country.

  • SureWest has doubled its data center capacity with the opening of a new facility in Citrus Heights, Calif. near Sacramento. The expansion was needed for additional capacity after Sure West filled its existing data center in North Highlands.
  • Power DNN, which specializes in hosting on the DotNetNuke CMS platforn, has doubled its data center capacity by leasing additional space at a  CoSentry data center in Omaha, Nebraska. “We have now experienced 12 straight quarters of client and revenue growth and see nothing but acceleration in 2009,” said Tony Valenti, CEO and founder of Power DNN. “The CoSentry platform enables us to provide our clients with one of the industry’s best facilities with unparalleled power and network infrastructure.”
  • FiberNet Telecom Group, Inc. ( FTGX), a provider of interconnection services, has expanded its network today announced it has extended its network reach by adding nodes at located at 350 East Cermack  Road in Chicago and 50 N.E. 9th Street in Miami. “Network expansion into these critical markets was of prime importance for us,” said John P. Dowd, Vice President of Business Development. “With these extensions, we can now meet our customers’ demand for expanded network reach.” Each network extension is fully interconnected with all of FiberNet’s data centers and colocation facilities, including the 60 Hudson Street Meet-Me-Room in New York.

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About the Author

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.

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