Texas-centric colo player adds another building
Data center provider CyrusOne has opened its Austin III data center, with a modular design that has powered up the first phase of a n 18MW facility.
The whole building has 120,000 sq ft (11,000 sq m) of colocation space, along with 25,000 sq ft and 25,000 square feet (2300 sq m) of office space. The first phase, which is now open, has 55,000 sq ft (5100 sq m) of colo space and offers up to 3MW of the site’s full 18MW of capacity. The site is close to Austin-Bergstrom Internaitonal Airport.
Austin III is part of CyrusOne’s national Internet Exchange ((X), which links a dozen of the company’s facilities, along with third party sites, so customers can create resilient multi-site infrastructure for their compnanies. CyrusOne says its national IX can deliver 100 percent uptime, and support cost-effective, multi-location data center platforms with disaster recovery features, which can comply with regulatory requirements such as Sarbanes Oxley, HIPAA, and PCI.
CyrusOne has 31 carrier-neutral facilities, 13 of which are within Texas, in Austin, Houston and San Antonio. Other data centers are in Arizona, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, New Jersey, New York, Ohio and Virginia, with one each in the UK and Singapore. Built to a modular design, CyrusOne sites have a high power density, and 2N redundancy.