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CoreSite, a data center provider and subsidiary of American Tower Corporation, has announced its plan to develop a new Silicon Valley data center facility at its 2905 Stender Way site in Santa Clara, California.
Codenamed SV9, the new data center is designed to deliver 34MW of critical power capacity with a space of 200,000 square feet. This purpose-built data center facility will also expand the company’s Silicon Valley market footprint, and further complement the capacity of its existing data centers which include SV3, SV4, SV5, SV6, SV7 and SV8.
“Our approach to data center design and construction is purposeful. CoreSite’s campus model is driven by customer demand and requirements. This Silicon Valley market expansion is further testament that leading enterprises and service integrators require modern and efficient data centers that can provide native access to the leading cloud providers and a comprehensive interconnection ecosystem to ensure an exceptional customer experience,” said Rob Dean, VP of Design and Construction, CoreSite.
CoreSite is also announcing that it has secured approval from Santa Clara’s Planning Commission to commence the building of the new data center facility which is expected to be complete in 2023.
“Our Silicon Valley campus uniquely provides a variety of colocation options and native cloud onramps in the heart of one of the largest concentrations of internet and technology companies in the world. With more than 205 cloud, network and IT service providers available within our data centers, as well as continual investment toward in-market campus expansions, CoreSite is equipped to meet the infrastructure needs of tomorrow, today,” said Maile Kaiser, SVP, Sales and Marketing, Coresite.
Recently, CoreSite announced a new senior executive team that will lead the company’s operations which include the provision of native digital supply chain to its enterprise, network, cloud and service integrator customers. The appointment follows the acquisition of CoreSite by American Tower Corporation which was closed at over $10 Billion.