Infomart Data Centers expanding Silicon Valley facility
Infomart Data Centers, a wholesale datacentre provider, has announced significant infrastructure upgrades to its Silicon Valley facility.
Key datacentre investments that will be completed in Q3 of 2016 include electrical upgrades to offer 2N redundancy for the existing critical power, an additional Meet-Me Room (MMR) for increased network redundancy and fortified connectivity options, and several new office suites to house over two dozen tenant IT operations staff.
In addition, to support the growing demand in the Silicon Valley facility, Infomart has commenced development of a 6 MW datacentre expansion, increasing the facility’s total capacity by 65% to 16 MW. Infomart will also be adding 10,000 sq ft of available, private office space to the datacentre, positioning the facility as a premier location for IT operations in Silicon Valley.
“Infomart datacenters are built on the basis of better design and sustainability,” says John Sheputis, President of Infomart Data Centers. “Our investment in our Silicon Valley facility demonstrates our flexibility in helping some of today’s most innovative global cloud and consumer brands realize their business objectives.”
The company continues this commitment to reliability with the addition of a second carrier-neutral MMR within the facility. Both of the facility’s Meet-Me Rooms are designed to leverage diverse pathways into the space from both its North and South carrier vaults that further increases tenant redundancy while enabling more interconnection.