Data Center Tour: Hurricane Electric

Hurricane Electric founder and president Mike Leber guides a tour of Hurricane's first data center in Fremont, Calif. and then takes us though the newer DC2 expansion site.

Hurricane Electric has been providing colocation services since Mike Leber founded the company in 1994. After starting with a few servers housed at MAE West (Market Post Tower), the company has expanded into several substantial data centers of its own. In this video, Leber provides a tour of Hurricane's first data center in Fremont, Calif. and then takes us though the newer DC2. This video runs about 6 minutes.

For more on Hurricane Electric, read our coverage of the company's expansion of its data centers and network, as well as its focus on deploying IPv6. For additional video, check out our DCK video archive and the Data Center Videos channel on YouTube.

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