Greatresponder.com – 2011-06-27 – Digital Realty Trust web hosting and well known worldwide wholesale data center operator, is completing the initial phase of serious improvements at its Quannapowitt Parkway data center facility complex in Boston region. The upgrades are the result of a noticeably financial investment by Digital Realty Trust web hosting and data center operator company to convert the Quannapowitt data center facility into a state-of-the-art first class space that meets the highest technical standards of large enterprises. Digital Realty Trust company has already equipped in terms of security an anchor tenant at the facility for data center space to take care of its mission critical computing systems.
Quannapowitt Parkway web hosting data center is just one of few buildings at Digital Realty Trust’s data center complex. The renovation also includes the construction of six Turn-Key Datacenter PODs, each featuring around 6,000 square feet of raised floor space and 1 MW of IT load. The enhancements also include new HVAC systems and electrical infrastructure to support advanced data center operations.
Here is how company VP commenting this upgrade:
“Boston is a strong data center marketplace in our country, especially along the Route 128 Corridor, which is the spine of New England’s technology industry. The improvements at Quannapowitt web hosting data center will make it one of the most desirable data center facilities in the region. As we approach the completion of the first phase of the project, we are very pleased to be able to provide the Boston business and enterprise customer with a first class data center solution to support their IT requirements,” said Dave Caron, Senior Vice President, Portfolio Management at Digital Realty Trust. “The renovated Quannapowitt web hosting data center facility also provides very affordable utility rates. Our relationships with local utility companies and volume purchase agreements enable us to provide our clients with very affordable and even unique utility rates, which can noticeably lower their operating costs.”
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