DC BLOX CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING OF NEW DATA CENTRE FACILITY
PRESS RELEASE: DC Blox is celebrating the official grand opening of its newest data centre facility in Greenville today with the help of Governor Henry McMaster.
Clients, which range from healthcare companies to local governments, rent space in the facility and on the servers. The Greenville location offer colocation services, cloud storage and network connectivity.
The data centre announced it would open a Greenville branch back in 2020. Almost one year ago exactly, they broke ground on the 54,000 square-foot facility at 33 Global Drive.
The Greenville branch is one of five DC Blox currently runs. The company is planning to expand to more than a dozen other locations in the southeast, including Columbia.
The grand opening is scheduled for 10:50 a.m.
As well as Greenville, DC Blox also has data centres in Birmingham and Huntsville, Alabama; Atlanta, Georgia; and Chattanooga, Tennessee. In May 2021 the company bought land in High Point, North Carolina, for a planned 4,000 sq ft (5,000 sq m), 18MW facility.
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