Telx opens Cloud Connection Center in Silicon Valley

Tuesday 6 December 2011 | 09:54 CET | News
Interconnection and colocation data centre operator Telx has added 32,000 square feet of high-power density, 2N redundant, energy-efficient space to its C3 Cloud Connection Center portfolio as the anchor tenant of a Silicon Valley data centre. Telx's Cloud Connection Center will offer colocation and interconnection services compliant of supporting up to 400 watts per square foot within the green-designed Vantage Data Centers campus in Santa Clara, California. The facility also offers colocation customers direct access to Telx's Global Marketplace of customers within their C3 data centres at

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Telx
Countries: United States
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