Equinix connects the world’s leading businesses to their customers, employees and partners inside the most interconnected data centers.
Equinix acquired HO1 as well as 28 other datacenters from Verizon in 2017. It was formerly named Verizon IAH1.
Equinix's facilities in Toronto has a long history that includes several acquisitions. The original suites now operated by Equinix at 151 Front Street began with RACO, a Canadian company that Switch and Data acquired in 2004.
Equinix's AT1 site is a 6-story reinforced steel and concrete with brick face building.
Equinix AT2 and AT3 are located in the 56 Marietta carrier hotel.
Equinix's Ashburn campus consists of many buildings (table below) arranged in a campus environment. A simple cross-connect will reach any other building on the campus.
Previously was a Telecity BuildingSource: Wikimedia.org, Bish~dewiki
The SIX Swiss Financial Exchange Points of Presence are in Frankfurt Equinix FR2 and FR4 as well as in London in Interxion LON1 and Equinix LD4Source: SIX Group
Equinix offers the Fiber Connect product between EQIX AT1 (at 180 Peachtree) and EQIX AT2/3 (at 56 Marietta)Source: EQIX
Before it was a data center, the building held a major department store. The store was called Davison's before rebranding as Macy's. The store closed its doors in 2003.
Anyone up for a game of Ping Pong?
The data center was announced in January of 2019 and is scheduled to open in Q4 of 2019.Source: Equinix
Exterior view of the original Palo Alto Internet Exchange (PAIX) building
Sign describing that the SV8 location was also the first school in Palo Alto. Established in 1893.Source: Wikimapia
Diagram showing that Fiber Connect is available between Equinix facilities in New York and Northern New Jersey metrosSource: Equinix
This stacking plan shows the layout of CH1, CH2, and CH4 in the building. The Telx (now Digital Realty) Meet-Me-Room on the 2nd floor. Financial Exchanges such as BATS, CME, and ICE are also noted.Source: Equinix
Equinix's LD10 site was acquired from IO Data Centers in 2017.Source: Equinix
EQIX SV17 is in the background
The building maintains separate Telco paths from the street to the manhole and risers.Source: Equinix
Equinix partners with Datang Gaohong to jointly bring to market this site
Suite 4004 is 500 kW and 4,631 square feet.Source: Infomart Data Centers
Phase 1 of SG3 has 35,000 square feet of colocation spaceSource: Equinix
Ready for Customer DeploymentsSource: Equinix
Solar panels are used to power non-essential equipmentSource: Equinix
TelecityGroup lobby at HEX before Equinix acquisition and rebranding. Photo taken circa 2013.
Equinix received a $1 million rebate from Southern California Edison (SCE) for upgrades to the LA3 facility that boosted energy efficiency. The rebate is part of SCE’s program offered to businesses to offset capital investments that result in saving energy.
Pictured (left to right): Dave Robbins, Carl Fung, Mario Lopez, Bill Maloney, Duane Mackenzie, Johnny Lopez, Lisa Cagnolatti, Mary Finn, Raouf Abdel, Michael Seikes, Bill Sewell, Tod Sword.Source: Equinix
Just after construction and ready to be filled
The Bloom Energy fuel cell test deployment was 1 Megawatt
Equinix doesn't charge for everything. Equinix offers complimentary cabinet and rack screws in the San Jose data centerSource: Equinix
Equinix SV10 represents the newest state-of-the-art Equinix International Business Exchange [IBX] center. This client's 183,000 gsf building consists of a two-story, steel framed building with precast concrete, with 114,500 gsf of Data Hall space situated on two floors and supported by six emergency generators. The cooling system was through exterior IDEC units located in a 34,000 gsf, 2-level yard with the equipment situated both at grade and atop an elevated mechanical platform to provide direct air cooling into the Data Hall.Source: Paradigm Structural Engineers
Front Entrance of Equinix's MI1 site. Circa 2018Source: Equinix