Infrastructure service provider NovoServe, has just announced that the first phase of its New Jersey data center will come online by mid-August.

Based in the Netherlands, NovoServe is now set to launch its first data center in the United States through which it will allow users of its network to serve the US and Canadian East Coast with sub-20ms latency.

“North America is the biggest market in the world. Serving that market from its own backyard has huge advantages, reducing latency and doing the heavy data processing right where the demand is. This will allow our customers to compete with anyone, in any vertical,” said As Bill Schrader, CEO of NovoServe, United States.

As designed, the first phase delivery is expected to offer NovoServe’s mid-range HPE server models which includes the Gen9. These servers are SSD-only and support redundant uplink port speeds of 20Gbit per second. Later this year, the company plans to add storage in the form of HPE and Supermicro servers that support SATA HDD up to 36x 16TB, as well as offer HPE Gen10 (Intel) and Gen10 Plus servers with a redundant uplink port capacity of up to 50Gbps which also supports AMD EPYC CPUs.

On further expansion, NovoServe announced that it plans to roll out more expansion phases at the New Jersey facility, following the sell-out of the current available phase. Also, the company looks forward to launch new data centers in Northern California, Texas and the Northern US.

Also in the United States, data center service provider, TierPoint has just announced the completion of construction at its new $20 million, Tier III data center on 2315 Millpark Drive in Maryland Heights, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis.

Aligned Data Centers has also announced that it plans to develop a second hyperscale data center campus located in Sterling, Northern Virginia, a new 10-acre, carrier-neutral, hyperscale campus.