CentralColo Increases Bandwidth Options with the Addition of Cogent Communications to its Silicon Valley (SV1) Data Center

04 Apr, 2016, 08:00 ET from CentralColo

SUNNYVALE, California, April 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

CentralColo welcomes Cogent to its Silicon Valley carrier neutral data center. All of CentralColo's current and future customers will have access to Cogent's multinational Tier 1 IP network.

"We believe that elastic data centers will be the future of our industry and through our investments in metered power and high density cooling solutions, we can provide the perfect platform any businesses today," says Arman Khalili, CEO of CentralColo.

"CentralColo's investment in its high density data and compute center has enabled the company to attract firms both within Silicon Valley and beyond that require robust, redundant power and cooling and with this addition of a premium bandwidth provider, we continue to grow our capabilities and services."

CentralColo's primary facility is in the heart of Silicon Valley and well positioned to address the needs of both mission critical IT loads and also the high density compute requirements. CentralColo's Pay Per Use elastic data center model will be the industry standard in the near future. CentralColo has assembled a team of industry veterans to operate prime data center properties and has opened its first 8 MW Silicon Valley Data Center in June 2015. We will be expanding our operations to additional locations to address our client's IT requirements.

About CentralColo 

CentralColo owns and operates Pay Per Use data centers delivering a basic formula; fiber connectivity, high density power and efficient cooling, retail and wholesale services, and metered power. CentralColo's first facility is a large carrier neutral, network dense and cross connect friendly Tier III 95,000 SF data and compute with over 8 MW of IT load in the heart of Silicon Valley.  

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