Here’s a few updates to peruse, two from each coast:
Vantage Data Centers says it has leased over 90% of its new V6 data center out in Silicon Valley. The facility just opened in October of last year, and will be followed by the V5 facility in June with another 15MW of capacity.
Also out in sunny California, Rising Realty Partners is touting the growth at its West 7 Center facility. They are seeing demand on the rise at the subterranean Tier III facility at 120 West Seventh downtown. They now have 16 carriers on tap and 172000 square feet of data center space.
Back on the east coast, Cleareon says it is acquiring some more data center assets in the NYC metro area. The additional 20,000 square feet of metro edge colo space will go toward advancing the company’s premium access solutions in preparation for 5G and other new technologies.
Also in NYC, Skywire has significantly scaled its wholesale and channel activities. They’ve put some of the capital they raised recently to work lighting buildings in the rest of the city outside of midtown and downtown. And they have now unveiled a Partners Portal to provide better access to connectivity and pricing for lit and near-net buildings.
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