Deep Edge Realty: Deep Edge completes expansion project in North Carolina data center

Oct 07, 2023 | Posted by Abdul-Rahman Oladimeji

US data center operator Deep Edge announced the completion of the first phase of a multi-phase expansion planned in its facility at 701 East Trade Street in Charlotte, North Carolina. This expansion added 300kW capacity with 10 kW racks, redundant 2N power, and N+1 cooling infrastructure.

A company representative mentioned to the media that the upgrades done to this facility include a new “Meet Me Room” with several carriers, including Verizon, MCNC, Lumen, Charter, Zayo, Intellquent, Windstream, and Cogent. Other upgrades include dual authentication biometric security, a new fiber duct, new cable tray installments, and a new redundant power fed by Duke Energy. 

Bill Cook, chairman of Deep Edge, said, “The market needs for interconnect are evolving in Tier 2 and Tier 3 markets, and traditional data center designs are not built to accommodate the growing, specific requirements for latency and power, as well as the flexibility needed by today’s applications and the companies that leverage them to drive business forward.”

This expansion effectively broadens Deep Edge’s footprints in Charlotte as the company looks to expand in the United States. Focusing on tier-two markets, the company also operates data centers in Portland, Maine; Reno, Nevada; and Columbus, Ohio. 

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