US-based carrier-neutral Edge colocation provider 365 Data Centers, has announced the addition of a new 4,000 amp Direct Current (DC) plant at its facility in Tampa, Florida.

Located precisely at 655 North Franklin Street of downtown Tampa, this 365’s colocation facility spans a total of 31,000 square feet, featuring 1.6MW of available power with DC power A and B options. The data center is also directly connected to 25 carriers and the company’s interconnected network.

365 Data Centers completed the upgrade of its DC power system at Tampa with the installation of a new Vertiv NetSure 8000 4,000-amp A&B DC plant, having an expansion capacity of up to 16,000 amps. According to 365, the new system is both efficient and reliable, allowing for expansion without any downtime to the customer, and it offers digital continuity, which enables remote monitoring and seamless adjustments to customer loads.

“The newly installed power system almost doubles the capacity of the former plant, allowing for larger DC power deployments, while ensuring that our clients’ data stays protected and accessible no matter the circumstances, which is our highest priority,” said Sam Zurzolo, VP, Data Center Operations, 365 Data Centers.

“This new plant will enable our carrier, content and enterprise customers to continue to grow and expand with 365 Data Centers, easily scaling without interruption.”

Currently, 365 Data Centers boasts of a portfolio that offers hybrid data center solutions in 12 Edge markets. As a US-based colocation service provider, the company’s data centers are sited in Boca Raton, Bridgewater (New Jersey), Buffalo, Chicago, Commack (Long Island), Detroit, Fort Lauderdale, Indianapolis, Nashville, Philadelphia, New York City, and Tampa.

In total, 365 Data Centers operates facilities aggregating 230,000 square feet and 21.6MW of power capacity, along with an interconnected national fiber network. Like all 12 of 365’s data centers, the Tampa facility is HIPAA, PCI DSS, SSAE 18, SOC 2 and ISAE 3402 compliant, the company adds.