H5 Data Centers Announces Significant Expansion of its Cleveland Data Center
Fortune 500 Company Selects H5 Data Centers to Support its Expanding IT Infrastructure Requirements.
Denver, CO August 23, 2018
H5 Data Centers, a national colocation and wholesale data center provider, today announced a significant expansion of its downtown Cleveland data center, located at 1625 Rockwell Avenue. The data center expansion includes the build-out of an additional 25,000 SF of space and associated mechanical and electrical systems. Most of the expansion capacity in Cleveland's top carrier hotel was pre-leased by a Fortune 500 company.
- 351,000 SF data center campus
- Key peering and interconnection point for Cleveland
- 24x7 on-site engineering and security teams
- Eligible for 100% OH-state sales and use tax abatement
- Affordable wholesale power rates
- Private data center suites
"We are thrilled to welcome the expansion of H5 Data Centers here in Cleveland," said Kerry McCormack, Cleveland City Councilman. "Stakeholders across the sector are working tirelessly to make Cleveland an even better place to live, have fun and grow our great business base.Â We are proud to have H5 Data Centers in our city."
H5 Cleveland Data Center Highlights:
About H5 Data Centers
- Tier III data center serving enterprises and cloud service providers
- 351,000 SF data center and carrier hotel
- SecureData 365 doubles its power capacity to serve growing Cleveland colocation demand
- 65-colocation cabinet expansion ready by September 2017
- Data center qualifies for Ohio- state sales & use tax abatement incentives
H5 Data Centers is one of the leading data center operators in the United States with over 3 million square feet of data center space under management. The company designs and engineers flexible and scalable data center solutions to address the core infrastructure and edge requirements of its customers. H5 Data Centers operates 22 data centers in 20 markets. For more information, visit www.h5datacenters.com.
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