CORESITE ANNOUNCES CONSTRUCTION APPROVAL FOR DATA CENTRE FACILITY
PRESS RELEASE: CoreSite has announced it has secured approval from Santa Clara’s Planning Commission to commence building its 34 critical megawatt, 200,000 square foot data centre – known as SV9 – along with a substation on the site at 2905 Stender Way. This new purpose-built data centre will expand the company’s Silicon Valley market footprint, complementing its existing SV3, SV4, SV5, SV6, SV7 and SV8 data centres.
CoreSite’s Silicon Valley data centre campus is the IT environment of choice for a multitude of industry leading technology companies and digital platforms. The company provides a rich ecosystem of networks and direct access to leading public and private cloud providers – including AWS, Alibaba, Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure – to improve application performance, reduce total cost of ownership and expedite time to market.
“Our Silicon Valley campus uniquely provides a variety of colocation options and native cloud onramps in the heart of one of the largest concentrations of internet and technology companies in the world,” stated Maile Kaiser, SVP, Sales and Marketing.
“With more than 205 cloud, network and IT service providers available within our data centres, as well as continual investment toward in-market campus expansions, CoreSite is equipped to meet the infrastructure needs of tomorrow, today.”
In addition to providing a rich and diverse ecosystem for companies to interoperate, CoreSite’s extensive Silicon Valley campus enables customers to:
- Create outstanding digital experiences
- Lower latency and improve performance
- Reduce overall TCO associated with power and cooling while maintaining uptime
- Improve application performance by interoperating workloads
- Increase security by limiting points of network access
- Gain lights-out capabilities, 24/7 security, field operations, remote hands and real-time provisioning via the MyCoreSite service delivery platform
“Our approach to data centre design and construction is purposeful,” said Rob Dean, CoreSite’s VP of Design and Construction.
“CoreSite’s campus model is driven by customer demand and requirements. This Silicon Valley market expansion is further testament that leading enterprises and service integrators require modern and efficient data centres that can provide native access to the leading cloud providers and a comprehensive interconnection ecosystem to ensure an exceptional customer experience.”
Construction of SV9 is expected to be complete in 2023, and preleasing is available now.
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