Flexential Jacksonville 1 and 2

4905 Belfort Road

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The Jacksonville 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
Jacksonville 1 8,800 1.25 MW
Jacksonville 2 10,000 2 MW
Total 18,800 3.25

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4905 Belfort Road (Suite 145)
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7.62 miles JAX NAP 421 W Church
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7.63 miles Cologix Jacksonville JAX1
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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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