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2014 Media Coverage

  • CyrusOne is stirring in Sterling as it opens phase I of its Virginia datacenter

    December 2, 2014
    by Rick Kurtzbein & Kelly Morgan
    451 Research

    CyrusOne has completed the first phase of its new datacenter in Sterling, Virginia. This includes a 124,000-gross-square-foot powered shell with a 60,000-square-foot data hall and 30,000 square feet of operational space, plus 15,000 square feet of office space.

  • A New Level Of Colocation Speed

    October, 2014

    CyrusOne National IX Delivers Faster, More Reliable Connections

    Companies using colocation services understand how important it is to have a fast and reliable Internet connection between the company’s main office and its colocation facility. This is particularly true for enterprises taking advantage of multi-facility colocation arrangements for business continuity and disaster recovery purposes.

  • CyrusOne Flips On Switch At Phoenix Data Center

    October 17, 2014
    Texas TechPulse

    Dallas-based CyrusOne has flipped the "on" switch at a new, Phoenix, Arizona data center, saying that it has opened up the new, 120,000 square foot data center in record time.

  • CyrusOne Builds Second Phoenix Site in 107 Days

    October 17, 2014
    by Max Smolaks
    Datacenter Dynamics

    US enterprise data center specialist CyrusOne has announced that its second data center in Phoenix, Arizona was completed in record time.

  • CyrusOne Brings Second Phoenix Data Center Online

    October 17, 2014
    by Yevgeniy Sverdlik
    Data Center Knowledge

    CyrusOne announced that the second data center on its massive campus outside of Phoenix is operational.

  • Colocation Provider Checklist

    October, 2014

    Colocation is a hot topic for many companies because it promises the same level of performance and reliability you would get by building a data center but at a much lower cost. Although enticing, you can’t be sure you’ll get the benefits you expect unless you compare providers and find one that fits your needs.

  • Colocation Provider CyrusOne Announces Commitments from Eight New Network Providers in Northern Virginia

    October 7, 2014
    Hosting Journalist

    Global colocation solutions provider CyrusOne (NASDAQ: CONE) has announced that eight new telecom carriers and fiber providers have committed to deliver services via its new multi-tenant colocation facility located in Loudoun County, Northern Virginia – CyrusOne’s first East Coast data center. Committed companies include Level 3 Communications, tw telecom, Comcast, SummitIG, FiberLight, Lightower, Zayo and CenturyLink.

  • Five Texas Towns Consolidate 911 Dispatch in CyrusOne Data Center

    August 8, 2014
    by Jason Verge
    Green Data Center News

    CyrusOne will house what it says will be the first ever colocated 911 dispatch center. Dispatch centers for Texas cities of Carrollton, Coppell, Farmers Branch and Addison will share 12,000 square feet of the provider’s Carrollton facility. Carrollton is just outside of Dallas.

  • Get a New Data Center Without Having to Build One

    August, 2014
    PC Today

    It’s a common problem today: data centers built just a few years ago are no longer serving all the needs of the organizations that built them. This leaves them with a choice: suffer under current conditions, build a new data center, or lease capacity from elsewhere.

  • Big Data, Big Business

    May 28, 2014
    by Allen Kenney

    The amount of data being generated around the globe has accelerated with the proliferation of laptops, tablets, smartphones and the like. The rise of sophisticated, high-performance computing applications has expanded the output of data, too. As Gary Wojtaszek, president and CEO of data center REIT CyrusOne (NYSE: CONE), points out, just how big the growth of data has become is staggering: 90 percent of the data that existed in the world in 2013 had been created in the previous two years.

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