Colo Roundup: CoreSite, ViaWest, Cologix, 365 Main

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A number of colocation providers have recently announced customer wins. Here’s a roundup of some of these announcements:

CoreSite to Power iland’s East Coast Hybrid Cloud Network – Global cloud infrastructure provider iland is growing its Enterprise Cloud Services (ECS) offering by expanding its presence within CoreSite’s Reston, VA facility and joining the Open Cloud Exchange, CoreSite’s Ethernet on-ramp to the cloud. iland, a global provider of enterprise-class, private, public, and hybrid infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) solutions, is a CoreSite customer in Northern Virginia, Boston and Los Angeles.

Cox Business Partners with ViaWest for Colocation, Cloud - Cox Business has announced a strategic partnership with colocation service provider ViaWest to offer commercial customers secure fiber network connectivity along with compliant colocation and cloud infrastructure solutions. Cox Business will begin offering ViaWest’s services to customers with an initial focus on the Las Vegas, Phoenix and Southern California markets.

Fairway Expands Relationship with Cologix in Dallas – Interconnection and data center company Cologix said this week that Fairway Independent Mortgage, one of the country’s largest mortgage bankers, has chosen to expand their relationship with Cologix to support their rapid growth by deploying acquired private cloud architecture leveraging Vblock Systems in Cologix’s new Dallas data center.

365 Main Adds iRis Networks in Nashville – Data center developer and operator 365 Main announced this week that iRis Networks now provides high-speed transport for voice, video and data services at 365 Main’s Nashville data center. iRis Networks is a wholesale telecommunications carrier serving all of Tennessee and parts of northern Alabama, northern Georgia and western Kentucky with 5,000 miles of fiber and seamless access to regional and national markets.

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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.