(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Data center operator Telx recently expanded in one of the tech industry’s most pristine markets, announcing the launch of a new data center in Silicon Valley, California on Tuesday.
Referred to as “SLC2,” the Santa Clara, California facility represents what the company called its “new flagship cloud connection center.”
The data center itself was constructed to serve enterprise SMBs and features an impressive 32 thousand square feet of space. Other features make the site carrier neutral and support 400 watts per square foot on the site.
Discussing the matter in a press release, Telx CEO Eric Shepcaro called Silicon Valley “one of the most dynamic business environments in the world.” “Our clients need flexibility and access options to deliver content that meets the ever changing demands of the consumer,” Shepcaro continued.
Telx already provides an expansive data center infrastructure for cloud-based facilities. Other locations from the company include Los Angeles, Dallas, Charlotte, Chicago, Phoenix and New York. The data center launch follows another company announcement in May when the colocation provider noted it had expanded its presence in San Francisco.