Hurricane Electric plans to expand Fremont 2 data centre

Tuesday 18 September 2012 | 11:00 CET | News
US-based IPv6-native internet backbone and colocation provider Hurricane Electric is planning for an expansion of its 208,000 square foot data centre, Fremont 2, enabling Hurricane Electric to keep pace with demand for its colocation and global carrier services. Hurricane Electric has secured USD 13 million in financing from Bank of the West. The 24,000 square foot expansion will support a server environment with a power architecture supplying 3 megawatts of electricity. The new space, which will match the overall layout and configuration of earlier build-outs, will allow additional tenants

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Hurricane Electric
Countries: United States
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