Colocation, cloud and managed services provider ColoHouse, has just announced the opening of its latest Miami data hall, MIA3, considered as a response to growing market demand.

MIA3 is expected to provide over 500kw of power and an additional 6,000 square feet of data center space to ColoHouse’s Miami footprint which initially features two data halls, MIA1and MIA2 with a total of 24,000 square feet.

“Our Miami location sits in one of the world’s largest connection hubs linking the United States and Latin America markets. Our expansion further into the market is a great opportunity for our customers to expand their global footprint,” said Kevin Reed, interim CEO of ColoHouse.

“For a long time, customers have been asking for an option that can accommodate their business needs as their demand in the Miami market grows. The need for connectivity to South America makes Miami a crucial location for any global company. With our latest expansion, ColoHouse will be meeting the needs of our existing customer base and be an attractive opportunity for companies that are looking to expand their footprint and maximize their data center space and connectivity,” said John Bonczek, Chief Revenue Officer of ColoHouse.

Last month, ColoHouse also announced the expansion of its U.S. data center portfolio through the acquisition of Steadfast, a cloud, bare metal, and data center provider based in the US Midwest. With 20 years of operations, Steadfast brings on-board, a portfolio that includes three colocation data centers located at 350 E Cermak, Chicago; 725 S. Wells Street, Chicago; and Edison, New Jersey – along with cloud, and hosting solutions.

In the past one year, ColoHouse has acquired five companies which include Steadfast, Data102, Quinox, TurnKey Internet, and Lume Cloud – to become a digital infrastructure provider with over eight data center locations and sixteen PoPS, among other underlying portfolios.