Data center announces build out in Elk Grove Village

  • T5 Data Centers, innovators in providing computing environments for companies, announced the second phase of the build out of its T5@Chicago data center.

    T5 Data Centers, innovators in providing computing environments for companies, announced the second phase of the build out of its T5@Chicago data center.

 
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Updated 11/1/2017 6:56 AM

T5 Data Centers, a company that provides computing environments for companies, announced the second phase of the build out of its T5@Chicago data center.

T5@Chicago is a highly secured purpose built, 208,000 square-foot data center in Elk Grove Village. This next phase will deliver a secure data hall consisting of 2 megawatts of available data center capacity in one of the premier data center markets in the country.

 

The Chicagoland area continues to experience an increase in demand from local and regional companies, along with cloud providers who are trying to keep pace with the adoption of hybrid cloud solutions. With more than 150 million square feet of office space in the Chicago area, there is a growing migration by enterprise customers from on premise computing to specialized collocation/wholesale and cloud services. T5@Chicago offers customers a customized data center solution that provides secure private data halls in a concurrently maintainable and fault tolerant design.

"The demand from corporate enterprise seeking data center space in Chicago continues to grow in a market that has very limited supply. As vacancy rates hover around 5 percent, we are in a unique position to deliver a high-quality data center solution that will provide customers complete control of their infrastructure, as if it were their own mission critical environment," said David Horowitz, vice president of sales and marketing for T5 Data Centers. "Network and power continue to be the life blood of a data center. We originally chose this location because of the robust fiber network and resilient utility infrastructure in Elk Grove Village. Beyond the initial data center, our adjacent site can accommodate another 170,000-square-foot, 16 megawatt facility to support future growth."

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