vXchnge Acquires 100 KSF Data Center in Austin

The facility is currently doubling its capacity and upon completion, it will provide 26 megawatts of power. The property offers convenient access to the Texas Triangle.

Florida-headquartered vXchnge acquired a 100,000-square-foot data center and its surrounding 18-acre campus in Austin, Texas. The property is conveniently located for connectivity throughout the Texas Triangle—Dallas, Houston, San Antonio.

The facility at 8025 N. Interstate Highway 35 is currently doubling its capacity. Upon completion, it will offer 26 megawatts of power as well as:

  • colocation facilities with secure cabinets
  • 100 percent power availability guarantee for redundant installations
  • cloud and interconnectivity exchange point
  • 24x7x365 on-site skilled technicians
  • roof right access
  • remote hands and migration services
  • SSAE 18 Type II, SOC 2 Type II, ISO/IEC 27001:2013, HIPPA and PCI compliance
  • secure, flexible and scalable cold aisle containment pods

“Austin is a hyper-growth market for vXchnge. The demand continues for vXchnge from existing and new customers who are deploying new applications and compute technologies at the edge,” Keith Olsen, CEO at vXchnge, said in a prepared statement. “The projected forecasts for the Austin marketplace are robust, and vXchnge continues to invest in capacities and capabilities to support the demand from hyper-scale and IoT deployments.”

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