Some interconnection news and a couple of data center expansions:
Epsilon has won another convert to its Infiny interconnection offering. American Axess will be leveraging the platform to help support its customers’ connectivity needs between North America, Latin America, the Caribbean, and of course the big cloud operators. More specifically, they’ve connected with Epsilon in Miami and are backhauling sevices to the Colombian city of Cali. If the relationship goes as hoped, Epsilon may follow up by bringing Infiny to Colombia itself.
Internap is planning an expansion of its footprint in Texas. They have begun raised floor and power construction at the company’s Dallas data center, which has reached an occupancy level of 75%. Internap will be openeing a new pod and adding another 1MW to the facility, which is connected to the company’s PNAP in the iconic Dallas Infomart via Internap’s Dallas metro fiber ring.
And Digital Realty has broken ground on another facility down under. When complete in about a year, the new data center, SYD11, will add some 16,360 square meters and 14MW to Digital Realty’s Australian footprint. It will be located in western Sydney and will have a direct connection to SYD10 next door. Despite the ’11’ in the name, it will be the company’s third Sydney data center along with two over in Melbourne.
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