CyrusOne Expands into Asia Pacific

January 24, 2012 2 Comments »

CyrusOne Opens Data Center in Singapore

To meet the needs of its growing international customer base, CyrusOne, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB) and preeminent enterprise data center solutions provider, today announced its expansion into Asia Pacific markets with the opening of a new colocation data center in Singapore.

“We’re expanding into Singapore because it is one of the world’s leading energy markets. We have a long history serving Fortune 1000 oil and gas customers, and establishing our presence there enables our customers to mirror the same performance successes they’ve come to expect from a data center provider,” said Gary Wojtaszek, CEO and president, CyrusOne.

The Singapore facility provides customers a critical location in managing data needs internationally. It offers 3,200 square feet of space, 150 watts available per square foot, and a 100 percent guarantee service-level agreement (SLA) on uninterrupted power with N+1 and 2N parallel redundancies.

In addition to the optimal power supply offered by CyrusOne, the facility accommodates customization and scalability through infrastructure on demand, enabling customers to ramp-up quickly and evolve and grow as needed. Like all of CyrusOne’s data centers, the Singapore facility has also been constructed to withstand natural disasters.


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