Data center service provider Codero Hosting has launched a data center in the Dallas-Fort Worth region of Texas. Located in a Digital Realty Trust facility, this is the fourth data center location for the company, which provides dedicated, managed, cloud and hybrid hosting services.
The company announced it was expanding to Dallas earlier this year, but did not disclose what kind of facility the new location would be in. It has been operating out of data centers in Phoenix, Ariz., Ashburn, Va., and Chicago, Ill., and said it chose the Dallas market for its next phase of growth because of a high concentration of hosting providers in the region.
“[Dallas-Fort Worth] is the hub of connectivity for U.S. bandwidth and offers the industry’s latest technology – everything from power and cooling to density, as well as a variety of choices in bandwidth providers, flexibility in labor pool and unbeatable power costs," Robert Autenrieth, the company's COO, said. "All these factors combined to make it a natural choice for our fourth data center in the U.S.”
The new facility is part of the 70-acre Digital Dallas Data Campus situated along primary fiber routes and master planned for more than 100 megawatts of power.