LeaseWeb Signs Phoenix Wholesale Deal With H5

The Tier III, purpose-built facility boasts a 100 percent uptime track record since its initial deployment. It is located in Chandler's growing tech corridor.
H5's Data Center, 2600 W. Germann Road in Chandler,  Ariz.
H5’s Data Center, 2600 W. Germann Road in Chandler, Ariz.

LeaseWeb USA Inc. has entered a wholesale lease agreement with H5 Data Centers for its Chandler, Ariz. facility. H5 will continue to own and manage the data center, while LeaseWeb will provide its array of services, which include dedicated servers, private cloud, network, CDN, cybersecurity and hybrid IT solutions.

LeaseWeb can offer enterprises a full suite of retail colocation and hybrid IT cloud solutions, while H5 Data Centers can continue to innovate and deliver world-class wholesale data center solutions. We look forward to working with this globally-renowned IT services provider,” said Josh Simms, CEO of H5 Data Centers, in a prepared statement.

Site features

H5 Phoenix is a Tier III, purpose-built facility, situated at 2600 W. Germann Road in Chandler’s growing tech corridor. The 180,000-square-foot campus offers up to 20 megawatts critical IT load, configurable in private suites of 125- and 250-kilowatt increments. The modular construction enables further scalability options according to demand.

The Phoenix data center further boasts a 100 percent uptime track record since its initial deployment. Security at the site is robust, featuring a 22-foot perimeter wall, mantraps, biometric and keycard access, smoke detection and fire suppression systems and more than 20 cameras monitored 24/7 by on-site security. Tenants can pick from a variety of regional, national and international telecom carriers and fiber providers, including CenturyLink, COX, Level3, Zayo and others.

LeaseWeb USA and H5 Data Centers come together with this Phoenix transaction at a similar scale in the U.S. with a shared focus on delivering excellent service and hybrid cloud technology located as close to our customers as possible,” said Lex Boost, CEO of LeaseWeb USA, in prepared remarks.

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