Latisys Continues Expansion of Northern Virginia Data Center

. March 25, 2011 . 0 Comments

To meet a growing need for data center power, cooling and space in the market, Latisys has announced a significant expansion to its Ashburn, Virginia data center campus that includes 14 megawatts of additional power and 26,000 square feet of new, available raised floor space. The company also announced a new data center-as-a-service offering optimized specifically for large enterprises, public sector organizations and service providers throughout Greater Washington that have significant requirements for high-density (HD) data center power, cooling and capacity.

Commissioning 14 Megawatts of new HD data center colocation power uniquely positions Latisys with available inventory for enterprise IT infrastructure requirements. In addition to the Ashburn expansion, which is implemented on similar designs to its growing Chicago and Irvine data centers, Latisys is able to deliver flexible deployments which can scale to an average of 220 watts per square foot and also tie customer infrastructure seamlessly into the company’s disaster recovery solutions.

“We continue to see customers express the need to ensure built-in expansion capacity to meet their own internal growth while also retaining the flexibility to keep pace with the evolution of compute, storage and network technologies” said David Haskell, Washington, D.C. Regional Sales Director, Latisys. “By implementing high density power and cooling capacity, and delivering a flexible data center-as-a-service offering to enable larger private and public sector entities to meet evolving IT requirements, customers can eliminate scalability and reliability issues.”

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