January 24, 2017

CentralColo acquires data center in Northern Virginia

The acquisition is the company’s response to increasing demands for critical data center capacity in a key location

This week, CentralColo announced that it has acquired the 280,000 sq.ft. Tysons Technology Center in Vienna, Virginia through an affiliated venture. CentralColo is an operator of data centers offering both, hybrid IT and co-location services to a global client base.

Ken Parent, CEO, CentralColo said:

The Tysons Technology Campus with its highly desirable location within the Northern Virginia market now gives us the perfect East Coast asset to complement our first project in the Silicon Valley.

These two assets provide the company with a strong platform for growth as we look to continue to expand in additional markets and support our customers with a variety of connectivity and hosting services supporting hybrid IT solutions.

The company says that the project is strategically located within the Tysons Corner market, which constitutes the largest office sub-market in the greater Washington DC metro area. The area is also the twelfth largest employment center in the country. The property consists of a 200,000 sq.ft. Tier 3 data center and an 80,000 sq.ft. office building.

CentralColo says that the data center features 9 MW of capacity for anchor enterprise customers that include some of the world’s largest hyper-scale cloud and network providers, as well as government organizations.

CentralColo states that it has already introduced the first new customer, Atlantic Metro/InfoRelay, the cloud, network, managed services, and managed hosting provider to the data center.

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