Telx Upgrades Power in Atlanta Data Center

Colocation and interconnection specialist Telx has increased power capacities for 20,000 square feet of data center space within its building at 56 Marietta Street in Atlanta, the company said today. The newly reconfigured space is designed to support up to 200 watts per square foot of IT load.

“56 Marietta Street’s roots are that of the pre-eminent carrier hotel in the Southeast and have long served the wide variety of prominent enterprise companies that call Atlanta home,” said Michael Terlizzi, Executive Vice President of Operations for Telx. “The transition of this space from low-density, high-interconnection to high-density, high-interconnection adds tremendous value to our customers and is unparalleled in the colocation and interconnection marketplaces.”

The addition of new power capacity was welcomed by providers offering services within Telx’s space at 56 Marietta. “Telx’s additional power allows Colocube to provide higher density managed service solutions to our customers,” said Matt Elkourie, CTO of high-performance IT hosting and IP services provider Colocube. “The addition of this high-density power and added space will help us to meet and exceed our customers’ needs, both now and in the future as technology continues to evolve.”

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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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    It's a good thing NationalNet moved out allowing them all this available space and power. Good marketing!