Flexential Cincinnati 1 and 2

5307 Muhlhauser Road

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The Cincinnati sites are a former Peak 10. Flexential was created after Peak10 acquired ViaWest for $1.67 billion in August 2017. The rebranding from Peak10 to Flexential was announced in January 2018.

Site Usable SqFt Power MW
Cincinnati 1 16,000 1.44 MW
Cincinnati 2 13,000 1.8 MW
Total 29,000 3.24 MW

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Sites within 15 miles of Flexential Cincinnati 1 and 2

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0.81 miles Lumen Cincinnati 4
6.00 miles CyrusOne Cincinnati-Goldcoast
6.11 miles CyrusOne Cincinnati-Blue Ash
7.39 miles CyrusOne Cincinnati-Mason
7.92 miles CyrusOne Cincinnati-Hamilton
Facility is located 30 minutes north of downtown Cincinnati
13.35 miles CyrusOne Cincinnati-Lebanon
The Lebannon data center is located on 123 acres, 30 minutes Northeast of downtown Cincinnati.
15.02 miles Level3 Cincinnati (400 Pike)
15.16 miles CyrusOne Cincinnati 7th Street
The site is located 15 minutes from Greater Cincinnati and the Northern Kentucky International Airport.
15.27 miles Level3 Cincinnati (105 East 4th)
15.29 miles H5 Cincinnati II
The 107,000 SF Cincinnati data center was originally developed by PNC Bank
15.42 miles Level3 Cincinnati (1428 West 8th)
15.48 miles DartPoints: Downtown Cincinnati
DartPoints' Cincinnati facility is located at 302 West 3rd Street. The facility offers 13,408 sq ft of data center floor.
15.58 miles H5 Cincinnati 360 Gest
The Cincinnati data center is home to several metro, long haul and telecommunications access providers such as AT&T, Inteliquent, Windstream and Zayo.
18.04 miles DartPoints: Eastgate Cincinnati
DartPoints' Eastgate Cincinnati facility is located at 4270 Ivy Pointe Blvd. The facility was previously operated by colocation and managed services provider Immedion.

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Operating Company

Flexential was created after Peak10 acquired ViaWest for $1.67 billion in August 2017. The rebranding from Peak10 to Flexential was announced in January 2018.

History

  • In November 2015, ViaWest acquired Allentown, Pa.-based cloud provider, INetU
  • In July 2015, ViaWest acquired Boulder, Colo.-based IT service management company, AppliedTrust
  • In March 2000, Peak 10 was founded
  • In April 1999, ViaWest was founded in Denver as a roll-up of ISPs
47 Facilities Owned
20 Markets Served
264.34 Megawatts
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