A data center previously occupied by a local Internet services provider (ISP) is up for sale in Denver, Colorado.
Set on 12,620 sq ft and built in 1960, the single-story facility spans 8,000 sq ft (743 sqm). It is described as a “former data center” with heavy power and a backup generator; Unique suggests the site could be a development opportunity.
The size and capacity of the data center weren't shared.
The site was previously occupied by Denver ISP ForeThourght.net. Founded in 1995, the company provided Internet, voice, and MPLS services to businesses and homes throughout the Denver area. It acquired the Brainstorm Internet ISP brand in 2013 and operated that across Arizona and New Mexico.
The company was wound down in July 2023. Its and Brainstorm’s website landing pages now say: “We have discontinued and shut down all hosted services. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your loyalty throughout the years as we wind down our services.”
In May 2021, the company suffered an outage after its generators ran out of fuel during a prolonged power outage.