Net2EZ Expands in Los Angeles Market

Managed hosting provider Net2EZ has expanded its data center presence in the Los Angeles market, leasing additional space from Digital Realty Trust in El Segundo.

Rich Miller

October 25, 2011

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The Digital Realty Trust facility in El Segundo, Calif. Managed hosting provider Net2EZ has expanded to take additional space in the building.

Managed hosting provider Net2EZ has leased additional data center space to support the growth of its operations in the Los Angeles market. Net2EZ, which operates colocation and managed hosting space in three major U.S. markets, has signed a lease expansion with landlord Digital Realty Trustto use an additional 24,000 square feet of space in a facility in El Segundo, Calif.

The new space, leased through Digital Realty's Turn-Key Datacenter program, totals 2.35 megawatts of power and space and can house an additional 1,000 racks of servers. The lease expansion brings Net2EZ's total footprint at the facility to over 40,000 square feet and 3.9 megawatts of total capacity. The site in El Segundo is one of three data centers the company operates in Los Angeles, with additional facilities in northern Virginia and New Jersey.

"Digital Realty's ability to meet our technical requirements and provide a flexible solution quickly and cost effectively made expanding our operations with them an easy decision," said Pervez Delawalla, Chief Executive Officer of Net2EZ. "We have had an excellent, long standing relationship with the Digital Realty team at this and other sites and look forward to working with them on this important project for us."

"We are very pleased that Net2EZ has selected our facility to expand its existing data center services operations in the Southern California region," said Michael F. Foust, Chief Executive Officer for Digital Realty. "Our Turn-Key Datacenter design is an ideal, cost effective solution for growing colocation customers, such as Net2EZ. It enables them to expand their businesses to meet their customers' ongoing data center services needs without the significant capital investment and construction risk associated with building out their own facility."

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