DataBank recently announced the completion of its migration of four CyrusOne Houston, Texas, area data centers to DataBank’s edge colocation and interconnect platform. This latest news comes on the heels of the $670 million dollar deal DataBank entered to acquire the four data centers back in March.
The four Houston facilities will add 300,000 square feet of raised-floor data center capacity and offer 42.5 megawatts of power. These new acquisitions bring DataBank’s portfolio to more than 65 facilities totalling more than 2.5M square feet of raised-floor data center capacity.
The migration that enabled DataBank to extend its world-class service and support platforms to hundreds of new customers took only nine months to complete with zero disruptions. DataBank is now better positioned to meet the diverse workloads of its enterprises and hyperscale customers in Houston all while delivering on its Data Center Evolved™ strategy. DataBank’s CEO, Raul K. Martynek, had this to say about the recent migration:
“By quickly and efficiently migrating these Houston facilities and customer accounts onto our platforms, we have once again demonstrated our proven integration capabilities. More importantly, we are now able to provide our newly acquired customers with the higher levels of service and support they deserve.”