Flexential plans to expand Denver data center

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Prominent IT solutions provider, Flexential announced that it will expand the power capacity of one of its Denver data centers. By the end of the year, Denver’s Englewood Data Center to house an 11.25 MW power capacity. The announcement of the expansion comes as a part of Flexential’s continued commitment to growth in the Denver market.

Furthermore, the data center service provider also said that the power capacity extension will be available for its clients from spring 2022.

The Denver data center expansion will be Flexential’s newest expansion project in the last six months.

At present, Denver houses four of the Flexential data centers providing more than 20MW of power capacity and over 490,000 square feet of combined metro capacity and also growing to become a data center hub, as per CBRE’s report.

Flexential is well known for offering secure and hybrid IT solutions to its clients across the globe. The company’s existing offerings consist of customized cages and private suites, wholesale data center space, powered shell build-outs, office and storage space, and 24/7 remote hands service providers.

The Englewood data center power expansion will support fast pace adoption of cloud computing as well as suffice the growing needs for resources.

Vice President, Technology Operations of Autonation, Adam Rasner said that Flexential’s Denver data center footprint and commitment to that market’s future gives us the peace of mind that as Autonation continues to grow, we’ll have the scale and flexibility we need when we need it.

Chief Operating Officer of Flexential, Ryan Mallory said Denver is a primary market for the company and now growing to be a data center hub. He further said the company aims to increase the power capacity of the Englewood data center by the end of this year.

He concluded his statement by saying that while there is a growing need for new services and increased power, it is of utmost importance that the client has a scalable and reliable data center option to support their capacity needs accordingly.

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