CyrusOne Launches Its Third Austin Data Center

CyrusOne Launches Its Third Austin Data Center

Yevgeniy Sverdlik

December 15, 2015

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CyrusOne Launches Its Third Austin Data Center
Rendering of the entrance to CyrusOne’s Austin III data center (Image: CyrusOne)

CyrusOne has brought online the first phase of its third data center in Austin.

Phase one provides 55,000 square feet of colocation space and 3 MW of power. The data center can accommodate 120,000 square feet of colo space and up to 18 MW of power at full build-out, the company said.

CyrusOne’s home state Texas is where it has the most data center capacity. Besides Austin, the company has data centers in the Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio markets.

Overall, CyrusOne has about 30 data centers, including one in each London and Singapore. The rest are in the US.

About 12 CyrusOne and partner data centers in multiple metros are interconnected by a fiber network the company calls the CyrusOne National IX. The network allows customers to take space in multiple locations and have them linked directly, without making separate carrier deals.

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