Data Center Provider CyrusOne Announces New Data Center Plans
December 12, 2018
Data center provider CyrusOne has announced plans for a new data center. With headquarters in Dallas, Texas, United States, CyrusOne was established in 2000. The company offers enterprise-class, carrier-neutral data center properties and data center services that include colocation. Its customers include “nearly half of the Fortune 20 and more than 160 of the Fortune 1000 or equivalent-sized companies”. CyrusOne has 45 data centers globally and its planned new data center will be in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
CyrusOne has bought 15.5 acres of land in the PolanenPark area of Amsterdam for its new carrier-neutral center. The center will offer “up to 360,000 square feet with an estimated 72 MW of power capacity on the site”. The company also announced expansion plans for the Netherlands in October 2018, announcing then plans for development of an 83-acre campus in Middenmeer near Amsterdam.
“CyrusOne’s success is driven by our core team’s ability and commitment to leverage our renowned modular design approach, since it is proven to be the data center solution that provides customers with the highest quality data center product, in record time and for the lowest cost,” said Tesh Durvasula, President of Europe, CyrusOne. “We are excited to continue our expansion in the Netherlands in partnership with the SADC team to develop a state of the art data-center campus at PolanenPark for our cloud and enterprise customers.”
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