July 18, 2018

Cirrus Data forays into co-location data center market in Utah

The move seeks to provide strong network, connectivity and telecommunication services in a highly competitive environment.

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Gardner Company’s SBU Cirrus Data Services has announced the first phase of its View 78 Data Center campus in the highly competitive Salt Lake City market in Utah, USA. With this move, Cirrus Data aims to provide strong network, connectivity and telecommunication services to customers in order to gain more market share.

Cirrus say that the Salt Lake data center market is growing and many large-sized organizations are coming to Utah because of the benefits provided by the region. They claim that Salt Lake as a region is equipped with the right infrastructure to support data center services, which draws most conglomerates to the location.

Explaining this, Christian Gardner, CEO of Gardner Company, commented:

We are excited to announce the launch of Cirrus Data Services and that we are entering the data center colocation market. The Salt Lake City data center market is growing; major firms and organizations are coming to Utah because of the many advantages this State has to offer.

According to Cirrus, the data center facility will cover 224,000 sq.feet of data center space in its first phase and will finish with a campus that stretches 1,120,000 square feet of data center infrastructure. They say that that the campus will include additional fiber vendors to meet client requirements.

James Jeffries, President of Cirrus Data Services, commented:

Our new data center campus located in the View 78 development in Midvale is designed for both hyperscale and wholesale tenants including cloud service providers, enterprise companies, and other large-scale tenants. Our product is intended to be scalable and provide an adaptable solution to meet the needs of sophisticated tenants in this sector.

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