CyrusOne expands operations into Asia Pacific

By Telecom Lead Team: CyrusOne, a
subsidiary of Cincinnati Bell and an enterprise data center solutions provider,
announced its expansion into Asia Pacific markets with the opening of a new
colocation data center in Singapore.

“We’re expanding into Singapore because it
is one of the world’s leading energy markets. We have a long history serving
Fortune 1000 oil and gas customers, and establishing our presence there enables
our customers to mirror the same performance successes they’ve come to expect
from a data center provider,” said Gary Wojtaszek, CEO and president, CyrusOne.

The Singapore facility provides customers a
critical location in managing data needs internationally. It offers 3,200
square feet of space, 150 watts available per square foot, and a 100 percent
guarantee service-level agreement (SLA) on uninterrupted power with N+1 and 2N
parallel redundancies.

In addition to the optimal power supply
offered by CyrusOne, the facility accommodates customization and scalability
through infrastructure on demand, enabling customers to ramp-up quickly and
evolve and grow as needed. Like all of CyrusOne’s data centers, the Singapore
facility has also been constructed to withstand natural disasters.

CyrusOne specializes in enterprise data
center colocation, offering the highest power redundancy (2N architecture) and
power-density infrastructure.

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