CoreSite, a leading hybrid IT solutions provider and subsidiary of American Tower Corporation is expanding its New York and Denver strategic data centre campuses to meet growing capacity and power demands of public and private cloud providers, enterprises, network and service providers. CoreSite’s latest New York campus data centre, known as NY3, received final permitting to complete construction of the 85,000-square-foot facility and 15 critical megawatts (CMW) of capacity. CoreSite has also received conceptual approval for a three-building data centre campus development of approximately 600,000 square feet and 60 CMW of capacity in the Denver market.
CoreSite’s new purpose-built NY3 data centre will expand the company’s New York market footprint and complement its existing NY1 data centres. Located adjacent to NY2, the NY3 facility will serve as an ideal environment for digital platforms with a rich ecosystem of networks and private and public cloud providers, including AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud. As one of the best-connected and most scalable data centre campuses on the Eastern Seaboard, the New York data centres help enterprises enhance application performance, reduce total cost of ownership and accelerate time to market.
Located in Denver, the three-building data centre development is anticipated to have an on-site substation and expand CoreSite’s Denver market footprint. The new campus will be constructed on 15 acres, and the first of three facilities will be built with three floors and offer 18 CMW of capacity.
“Our approach to data centre design and construction incorporates best practises from ideation to execution,” said Brian Warren, CoreSite’s SVP of Development and Product Engineering.
“CoreSite’s campus model is driven by customer demand and requirements that have seen a surge with the increased adoption of artificial intelligence and other high-density, high performance computing applications. The New York and Denver market expansions exemplify the need for purpose-built, modern and efficient data centres that can provide native access to the leading cloud providers and a comprehensive interconnection ecosystem.”