Cyrus One adds 5,000 sq. feet to Austin data center, continues Texas expansion

Cyrus One is giving its growing set of carrier and enterprise customers more options, announcing that it has added 5,000 square feet to its Austin II data center.

Offering about 65,000 square feet, the Austin II facility is the first of a four-phase data-center campus that will consist of a total of 290,000 square feet.

Austin and Texas have become major expansion targets for CyrusOne.

In April the service provider added 102,000 square feet and 12 megawatts to its Carollton and Houston data centers. Earlier, CyrusOne purchased 22 acres of land in Austin's MetCenter business park.

Austin is a major hub for CyrusOne and its customers. Existing and new clients in Austin can access the data-center provider's Texas IX platform, which provides interconnection to other CyrusOne data centers in Texas and other sites throughout its footprint.

Outside of Texas, CyrusOne is building data centers in Chandler, Ariz., and Northern Virginia, home of one of the United States' largest Internet interconnection hubs.

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