A former DXC office and data center is available for lease in Juarez, Mexico.

CBRE is offering Prol. Hermanos Escobar #6755 as up for immediate lease. The site is being offered under a Triple Net (NNN) but a price hasn’t been shared.

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Former DXC data center up for lease – CBRE

Set on 2.5 acres close to the border with El Paso, the 23,580 sq ft (2,190 sqm) facility was built in 1991.

According to the sales brochure, the building was initially constructed for office use and in 1998 was refurbished and upgraded to house call and data processing centers.

The site is described as a fully functional data center ready for occupancy. The specifications of the data center weren’t shared.

According to CBRE, previous tenants have been GM, EDS, HP and DXC.

General Motors acquired Electronic Data Systems for $2.5 billion in 1984 as part of the company's aims to diversify revenue away from selling cars. EDS was spun out from GM in 1996 and acquired by Hewlett Packard in 2008. DXC was spun out of Hewlett Packard Enterprise in 2017 when its Enterprise Services business unit merged with Computer Sciences Corporation.

The Juarez facility moved from HPE to DXC in 2017; it's unclear when DXC exited the site.

Last year DXC said it would move around 1,000 of its largest IT outsourcing customers to Amazon Web Services (AWS), selecting AWS as its primary cloud provider as it looked to divest some of its data centers.

In 2019, DXC Technology announced it had expanded its presence in data center colocation services in a deal with Credit Suisse, which also saw the company acquire a New Jersey data center. At the time, the company stated it had "43 owned or leased sites globally, in addition to over 250 managed colo locations."

DXC has recently been in a legal dispute with Keppel about its lease at a facility in Singapore.

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