i/o Data Centers Plans to Build Massive NJ Data Center
data center operator input / output data centers (www.iodatacenters.com) said Thursday it is planning to build a massive data center in New Jersey, according to a report from Data Center Knowledge.
The data center will serve as the company’s central eastern coast to meet growing customer demand for its placement services.
i / o Data Centers is nearing the end of the scanning process for a modular data center to support at least 550 square feet of data center space.
“We’re expanding to the East Coast,” says George Slessman, the CEO of i / o Data Centers. “I really believe is essential for our customers to have the East Coast and West Coast options. We believe it is a natural progression.”
The company currently has two data centers in the Phoenix market, including a 125,000 square foot facility in Scottsdale and 538,000 meters square, i / or downtown Phoenix.
The company recently closed a loan of $ 130,000,000 senior credit facility to fund growth, including the New Jersey center data, and its Phase II buildout of Phoenix site.
The company is currently looking at two locations in New Jersey, including an entirely new kind new construction site and another site would require i / o to renovate an existing building.
Any of these facilities would be built with potential i / o model anywhere in the modular data center, which the company disclosed in July.
i / or anywhere in the modular data center is a group of modular components in the data center that can generate and deploy a fully functional enterprise data center within 120 days.
Includes primary power generation and backup power conditioning, cooling and network connectivity, along with fully integrated control center data, alarm monitoring, remote control and management operating system.
The model of modular data center will also be used in the second phase of E / S of Phoenix and input / output of future data centers.
Slessman data center promises will be “bigger than i / o Phoenix, but less than one million square meters.”
The data center will support customer demand for space in the metropolitan New York, has already secured several customers for the second quarter of 2011 on the market of New York / New Jersey.