CoreSite Gets Data Center Lease Extension In Denver

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CoreSite Realty has extended the term of the lease and expanded its capacity at its DE1 facility in Denver, Colorado. CoreSite has contractual rights to control its lease term into 2024, as well as secured the ability to scale to further customer requirements with additional power capacity. It’s good news for customers, as they can benefit and scale right along with CoreSite.

“We are pleased to execute the agreements supporting additional growth in the Denver market,” said Tom Ray, CEO at CoreSite. “We look forward to further enabling our customers in the region to propel revenue growth through expanded capacity, connectivity and extensive communities of networks, cloud service providers, content organizations and enterprises.”

The facility is among one of the most interconnected in the Rocky Mountain region and a growing component of the CoreSite Mesh, a large national fabric of deeply connected facilities. Data Center Infrastructure Management provider FieldView acts as one component of CoreSite’s larger technology transformation to cloud-enabled, connected data centers.

CoreSite operates Any2 Denver, the largest peering exchange in the regions growing interconnection market, providing access to over 25 networks. The Denver campus consists of DE1 at 910 15th Street and DE2 at 639 East 18th Avenue.

The company is in overall expansion mode, recently announcing a facility in Secaucus, a 280,000 square foot building with a first phase of 65,000 square feet.  The Secaucus facility follows the launch of CoreSite’s previously announced 15th data center, located in Reston, Virginia. CoreSite’s national platform spans nine U.S. markets, and these markets are increasingly connected as part of the CoreSite Mesh initiative.

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Jason Verge is an Editor/Industry Analyst on the Data Center Knowledge team with a strong background in the data center and Web hosting industries. In the past he’s covered all things Internet Infrastructure, including cloud (IaaS, PaaS and SaaS), mass market hosting, managed hosting, enterprise IT spending trends and M&A. He writes about a range of topics at DCK, with an emphasis on cloud hosting.

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