Arizona Colocation Data Centers
Competition Grows in Arizona Colocation Data Centers Space With CyrusOne Expansion
CyrusOne, a subsidiary of Cincinnati Bell, has purchased 40 acres of land in Arizona to build a new data center. The new site will be located in Chandler, Arizona and plans to build a new 1 million square foot data center. CyrusOne paid $12,500,000.00 for the new data center site to Capital Commercial Investments. When the project is fully built out, it will be the largest data center in Arizona providing major competition to companies like io Data for large corporate clients and the 24 acre 293,000 square foot data center owned by San Francisco-based Digital Realty Trust at 2121 S. Price Road.
The CyrusOne site will be built in several phases. They plan to start construction on the Chandler data center next year. The first phase will be 350,000 square feet and should be completed in the beginning part of 2013. CyrusOne will address large corporate users in the energy, oil and gas, medical, technology, finance and consumer goods and services sector.
CyrusOne currently operates more than 600,000 square feet of colocation space. They have data center space in Houston, Dallas, Austin, Chicago, Cincinnati and London. Chandler will represent a significant expansion of their overall colocation footprint.
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