CyrusOne Launches Internet Exchange Across Sites

CyrusOne introduced its National Internet Exchange (IX), an on-net platform deployed across CyrusOne facilities in Texas and Arizona. The platform enables high-performance, low cost data transfer and accessibility for customers, uniting 12 CyrusOne sites in Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, and Phoenix, with other locations coming on soon. Read More

Big in Texas: CyrusOne Sees Massive Growth in Dallas

Staffers at CyrusOne use scooters and golf carts to get around the company’s new Carrollton, Texas data center. It’s a sign of the scale of the company’s ambitions in the Dallas market, where the company has just opened its first phase of colocation space. Read More

The Rise of the Worker-Friendly Data Center

Spiral slides, climbing walls and fitness machines? Data centers are designed primarily to house thousands of servers, but the nondescript concrete bunker of the past is giving way to campuses optimized for humans, complete with comfortable offices, conference rooms, theaters and gaming areas. Read More

CyrusOne Continues Expansion, Eyes New Markets

It’s been a whirlwind 2013 thus far for CyrusOne, which has completed its IPO, opened two large data centers, upgraded power at another, and reported record sales and leasing. The company, which was spun off from parent Cincinnati Bell, is looking at new markets and could expand through acquisitions, executives say. Read More

CyrusOne Completes IPO, Shares Trade Higher on NASDAQ

CyrusOne has completed its IPO, pricing its initial sale of shares at $19, above the projected range of $16 to $18, indicating healthy demand for shares of the colocation provider. Shares rise in early trading before settling back to about $21 a share in mid-afternoon. Read More

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