A few interesting items from late last week worth nothing:
Prime Data Centers is building a second data center out in Silicon Valley. They have started construction at 2175 Martin Ave on SJC03, which will be a 3-story campus. Phase 1 will include 80,000 square feet and 9MW of capacity, and will be ready in the second half of 2023. The location is a mile away from Prime’s first location in Santa Clara, which is leased to Cyxtera.
Fastwyre Broadband is taking on nine new FTTH markets across three states. They will be looking to serve gigabit connections to the Louisiana communities of DeRidder, Leesville, and Oakdale, the Missouri communities of Knob Noster, La Monte, Nevada, Sedalia, and Warrensburg, and the Nebraska town of Bellevue.
And 123Net is expanding its fixed wireless resources up in Michigan. They have acquired dedicated spectrum in the LMDS 29-31Ghz range from GeoLinks. The acquisition will enable the company to enable the company to reach more customers in more places. GeoLinks originally picked up the spectrum from Verizon. 123Net also operates fiber and data centers across the state.
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