Time for a quick roundup of contract and expansion news from the data center space:
365Main has made another inorganic move, adding its 17th data center. They’ve bought a facility in Emeryville, California (in the SF Bay area) from Evocative, Inc. It’s an operating data center with connectivity already from AT&T, CenturyLink, Paxio, Verizon and Zayo in place.
Telx picked up a financial services client this week out in the Pacific Northwest. Blucora has established a presence at their brand new SEA1 facility within Sabey’s Integate.Seattle-East campus. Telx is formally opening its doors in both Seattle and Portland this month.
Cisco says that the French-based hosting specialist OVH.com has selected their gear to support expansion of its IP network. OVH.com is putting the ASR 9000 Series routers to work passing bits along that dedicated fiber network of theirs.
Equinix saw its ecosystem post two new successes this week. Rocket Fuel has expanded its media-buying platform to include BrightRoll Video RTB+ from the Platform Equinix marketplace. And Zurich’s CloudSigma has moved into IBX’s both in Zurich and Washington DC, from which they’ll be offering infrastructure-as-a-service.
And nDivision is moving its Texas operations into CyrusOne’s data centers. The cloud and professional services firm will be leasing cages for its equipment to support its national expansion and move deeper into the cloud.
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