Provision Sets in Motion Dallas Data Center
- Feb 14, 2017
Dallas—Provision Data Services, a provider of data center, co-location and interconnection solutions, has opened its first data center, located in Dallas’ Central Business District at 2020 Live Oak St. Currently, a Fortune 500 telecommunications company serves as the anchor tenant at the 137,000-square-foot building, occupying 10,000 square feet within the 12-story structure.
Provision is the only large-floor space provider with wholesale availability in the Dallas CBD. The data center offers flexible co-location space for single-tenant floors, as well as private, locked cages and suites, build-to-suits for independent data centers, two separate Meet-Me-Rooms and up to 10,000 square feet of contiguous space, with wholesale co-location options. Double-contingency design assures uninterrupted service in the event of the loss of one or two network feeders or transformers and 14 MW of utility power is available, with scalability to increase capacity. The data center is Tier 3, SAS 70 Type 2, SSAE 16 SOC I and SOC II compliant. Security consists of 24/7 on-site personnel, a 12-foot perimeter wall and multi-factor fencing.
The executive team behind Provision’s strategy and vision is Principal Founder & CEO Clay Hill, Co-founder and COO David Tordoff and EVP of Sales and Marketing David Marlow.
“Our vision for Provision Data Services is to provide best-in-class infrastructure technology for Fortune 500 enterprises to small independents,” said Clay Hill in a prepared statement. “Dallas-Fort Worth is the hub of connectivity for U.S. bandwidth, with users and cloud providers seeking flexible environments with access to internetworked connectivity and reliable operations.”
The Dallas-Fort Worth market is one of the top data center markets in the country. The North Texas region offers reliable, cost-effective electricity with high-speed connectivity provided by multiple service providers, as well as attractive tax incentives and a large pool of qualified technical talent.
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