(The Hosting News) – It’s expansion time for hosting and data center services provider Latisys. Today, the company announced that it’s working on a new data center in the Denver, Colorado area.
The company already has a presence in the market with a previous colocation facility that encompasses 76 thousand square feet. However, Latisys expects the new site to be even larger, covering more than 82 thousand square feet.
Aside from hosting and colocation, Latisys supports managed services including VPN, firewall, storage, backup, and more.
Commenting on the matter in a company press release, Latisys CEO Pete Stevenson stated, “We are expanding our Denver presence to build on our organization, know-how and momentum in the market.”
“We continue to execute on our plan to deliver the infrastructure-based IT Outsourcing solutions that mid-size and enterprise customers require—for the challenges of today, and for tomorrow,” he continued.
Particular features of the new site include fiber network accessibility and support for fourteen megawatts (which the company expects to eventually increase).
Meanwhile, Latisys Regional Sales Direct for Denver Bryan Walsh specifically discussed what the news means for potential tenants in the area, referring to the move as a “significant capital investment in the Denver market.”
“Development of our second facility reinforces our commitment to providing agile IT infrastructure outsourcing for Colorado customers in all phases of their business,” Walsh stated.
Aside from its Denver presence, Latisys has data centers in Illinois, Virginia, and California. In September, the company announced an expansion at its Irvine, California property. For more information on the news by Latisys, view a company press release here (Latisys.com).