Internap Aims To Open Data Center At Dallas

Internap Network Services Corporation announced on Monday that it plans to open a new data center in the Dallas/fort Worth arena. The magnificent, technologically advanced facility will be controlled by the company to provide enterprise organizations in the DFW location with premium colocation services. The services will be supported by internap’s route-optimized network connectivity services which are known to deliver high-class performance and round the clock availability.

Internap is a renowned name in the provision of CDN, managed hosting, cloud storage and colocation services. With this remarkable portfolio Internap extends its aim of providing data center services to its esteemed customers at geographically dispersed locations for better reach.

The Dallas/Fort Worth is known as the “Silicon Prairie” because of its strength as a colocation market which includes a diverse range of businesses that need these services. Internap’s data center is to be spread at 55,000 square feet of raised floor space with customer amenities of conference rooms, large technical space, and official space

Mike Higgins, senior vice president of data center services at Internap, said.

“With the addition of DFW to our portfolio of company-controlled data centers, we are able to provide these bedrock corporations with sorely-needed data center space that can be tailored to their specific IT infrastructure needs – from colocation, managed hosting and cloud storage services to premium connectivity and Content Delivery Network services – and can quickly scale to support their business growth requirements.”

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