Multi-cloud solutions provider, OTAVA, has just announced the doubling of its Indianapolis data center capacity with an additional 4,000 square feet of raised floor space.

Having been in operation since 2014, the expanded facility located in downtown Indianapolis, United States, was designed to provide, scalable enterprise-class cloud computing, colocation, offsite backup, and disaster recovery solutions, however, the new expansion adds advanced interconnection services, including Internet Exchange access, to meet growing demand for colocation and hosting services as described by the company. 

“Since the pandemic we continue to see an increasing flow of businesses downsizing and eliminating office space and moving their IT infrastructure to secure and compliant off-site hosting facilities,” said TJ Houske, SVP of Technology, Operations and Engineering, OTAVA.

“We are thrilled to be able to expand our space and welcome new customers to our state-of-the-art data center in Indianapolis. Our fully compliant facility features a diverse power supply and a growing list of fiber interconnection partners. Our customers can count on us for reliable, secure, and compliant service.”

According to OTAVA, the carrier neutral facility is strategically located away from the company’s three other locations, to create redundancies that are ideal for data protection and production solutions while supporting companies in the metropolitan area, across the region, and throughout the world.

“The larger footprint creates greater capacity for area businesses across all industries looking to move their workloads off-site and accelerate their digital transformation journeys. We’ve also added new upgrades to our Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) including moving to sustainable lithium-ion batteries which create a greener footprint. We are thrilled to be able to serve more customers in Indianapolis and we plan to make even more space available in the future,” concluded TJ Houske.

Also in United States, Novva Data Centers recently announced that it is building a new data center in North Las Vegas, Nevada, which is currently under construction with the expectation of opening in late 2023. The facility is being developed on a 20-acre site and expected to span 275,000 square feet and deliver 100MW of load capacity.