Four expansion items in four markets of note this week:
Quantum Loophole has kicked off a new infrastructure project in Frederick, Maryland. In this case they are building the underlying duct, water & sewer, roads, and other things necessary to support data centers for a 2,100 acre campus. Frederick is just a bit north of Ashburn, and Quantum Loophole hopes to create even better conditions for growth of infrastructure over a span of a decade or two.
Aligned Data Centers is building upon its success out in Salt Lake City, Utah with another upgrade project. They will be building SLC-03 at its campus in West Jordan adding as much as 100MW of capacity to their portfolio. It’ll be their fourth facility in just four or so years in the Salt Lake City metro area.
Netrality is investing in its data center footprint out in St. Louis MO. They are expanding at 210 North Tucker, adding two new data halls spanning 11600 square feet and fed by 1.2MW of power. Netrality also owns 900 Walnut, together giving them more than 500K square feet of space in the St. Louis metro area currently.
And Cologix has a new high profile network operator customer contract in New Jersey. Comcast Business is expanding its reach with a new PoP at their NNJ3 facility in Parsippany. From there Comcast will be able to offer its range of services within Cologix’s customer ecosystem. Cologix entered Parsippany with the acquisition of Net Access back in 2015.
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