Interconnection is paramount for companies in the
Equinixnow operates thirteen Silicon Valleydata center sites, and the addition of SV10—located adjacent to SV1 and SV5—provides additional capacity to meet the growing need for interconnection, multicloud deployments, and connectivity to network and content services. Equinix Silicon Valleysites provide customers with the ability to choose from a broad range of network services from more than125 providers, and cloud services such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, Oracle Cloud and others through the Equinix Cloud Exchange™ and direct connect services. By utilizing Equinix Metro Connect™, customers in SV10 can also easily and directly connect with customers in the seven other Equinix IBX data centers in Silicon Valleyvia low-latency dark fiber links between the sites.
- The initial phase of SV10 will add 37,000+ square feet (3,400+ square meters) of colocation space, and provides campus cross-connectivity into SV1 and SV5, making it an ideal home for customers looking to interconnect to key network and cloud service providers. It will include space for 930 cabinets, and two additional expansion phases are planned. At full build, the facility will provide capacity for 2,820 cabinets.
Equinixhas a long-term goal of using 100 percent clean and renewable energy for its global platform, and continues to make advancements in the way it designs, builds and operates its data centers with high energy-efficiency standards. SV10 sets the green standard for future Equinix IBX builds. It is a LEED Silver Certified building that meets the strict water reduction standards and will feature indirect evaporative cooling ( IDEC) technology which dramatically reduces water use; hot aisle containment; accessibility to and from public transportation; and rooftop solar and fuel cells for sustainable energy production.
Eric Hanselman, Chief Analyst, 451 Research
"At 451 Research, we believe that connectivity is critical for the development of modern hybrid cloud and mobile environments.
The Equinix Silicon Valleydata centers are examples of what new levels of interconnection can be achieved. The Great Oaks campus, in particular, embodies the kind of facility where enterprises have the opportunity to interconnect with an extensive ecosystem of network and cloud providers for strategic advantage. This growing interconnection campus could enable companies to accelerate their cloud strategies and overall digital transformation." Karl Strohmeyer, President, Americas, Equinix:
"Our Great Oaks campus features one of the highest densities of network and cloud providers within our global platform of IBX data centers. The interconnection opportunities for enterprise customers at this campus are vast, enabling customers within the region to expand their digital transformation. We are thrilled to be bringing our third facility at the Great Oaks campus online in this increasingly important and growing market."
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- Equinix SV10 video [video]
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451 Research[analyst report] Equinix Silicon Valleydata centers [website]
This press release contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from expectations discussed in such forward-looking statements. Factors that might cause such differences include, but are not limited to, the challenges of acquiring, operating and constructing IBX data centers and developing, deploying and delivering
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