Global colocation solutions provider CyrusOne (CONE) advances its record-setting facility expansions with the commissioning of a significant amount of power and a new data hall at its San Antonio II data center. The company added 9 megawatts of critical power in conjunction with the newly finished data hall.
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“The cloud market is experiencing a whirlwind of growth and demand, testing even the most agile cloud service providers and enterprises to meet highly aggressive time-to-market requirements,” said Gary Wojtaszek, president and CEO, CyrusOne. “To support these cloud and high-growth enterprise companies, CyrusOne has been relentless insetting record delivery times that enable customers to go hyperscale at hyperspeed to meet their business needs. High-growth firms simply cannot afford to put their mission-critical projects at risk due to long data center development timelines. CyrusOne is uniquely capable of supporting customers' ambitious growth plans due to our rapid build times using Massively Modular engineering and innovative data center solutions.”
The exceptionally quick delivery time of the new 9 megawatts of power to the San Antonio II facility follows on the heels of CyrusOne’s record-setting groundbreaking to completion with its second data center building in Sterling, Va. Finished in just under six months, the 232,000-square-foot Sterling II data center facility added 159,000 colocation square feet and 30 megawatts of critical power to the company’s Northern Virginia data center campus.
The San Antonio II data center is expected to encompass up to 372,000 square feet upon second-phase completion.
“Due to the growing demand for colocation services in San Antonio, CyrusOne is continuously engaging in new developments for space and power,” said Kevin Timmons, chief technology officer, CyrusOne. “Our customers recognize that each day their project is delayed waiting for a data center to be constructed translates to significant dollars in forgone revenue. Through our Massively Modular engineering approach, CyrusOne is able to optimize materials sourcing to enable just-in-time data-hall inventory to meet customers’ most dynamic infrastructure expansions, providing for fluid and efficient businesses growth.”
As one of the most advanced data centers in the area, CyrusOne’s San Antonio data center helps many Fortune 1000 companies leverage the data center’s primary production as well as its disaster recovery environments. In addition to being in the nation’s eighth largest city, CyrusOne’s San Antonio data center is positioned centrally in Texas. The city touts some of the most seismically stable soil in the United States.
This San Antonio facility is fed by redundant power lines and multiple network providers, and it supplies access to the fastest and most reliable connectivity networks as part of CyrusOne’s National Internet Exchange (IX) platform. The facility is conveniently located in the Westover Hills area, with easy access to major highways, the airport, hotels, and restaurants.
Named a top state for new data centers, Texas is business-friendly for those seeking out-of-state disaster recovery solutions. Competitive electricity rates, robust bandwidth availability, low incidence of natural disasters, a skilled workforce, and tailored tax incentives make it one of the largest data markets in the country.
CyrusOne operates more than 30 carrier-neutral data center facilities across the United States, Europe, and Asia. CyrusOne provides customers with the flexibility and scale to match their specific IT growth needs. CyrusOne facilities are engineered to include the power-density infrastructure required to deliver excellent availability, including an architecture with the highest available power redundancy (2N).
Renowned for exceptional service, building enduring customer relationships, and high customer satisfaction levels, CyrusOne serves nine of the Fortune 20 and more than 175 of the Fortune 1000 among its more than 945 customers.