This week, wholesale data centers and retail co-location provider H5 Data Centers, announced the expansion of Cogent Communications, an international Tier 1 ISP, to its Denver data center campus.
H5’s Denver data center was initially constructed by United Airlines and is most recently owned by the global distribution system manager Galileo (division of Travelport), a travel commerce platform. The data center campus sits on more than 12 acres in the Denver Tech Center and is comprised of four buildings totaling nearly 300,000 sq.ft.
Cogent has an international carrier available at H5’s data center which is located at 5350 South Valentia Way in Greenwood Village.
Josh Simms, CEO, H5 Data Centers said :
Access to Cogent’s global IP network is a big win for H5’s customer base and carrier neutral ecosystem.
Our diverse customer base will benefit from Cogent’s international peering routes, access to public and private cloud platforms and its deep list of connected enterprise buildings and data centers.
Cogent says that they will support H5’s growing customer base of Fortune 500 enterprises, content delivery networks (CDNs) and cloud service providers, that seek to improve their mission critical operations.