Originally posted to Data Center POST
Bluebird Network, a communications infrastructure provider and underground data center owner, recently announced that it has successfully completed its expansion of the Bluebird Underground Data Center. Initially announced in November 2019, this $11.5 million project delivers more than 11,500 square feet of additional white space. Also bringing increased power capacity and additional efficiencies to the facility, this expansion offers current and future tenants enhanced value, reliability and capabilities to meet expanding requirements for data and bandwidth-hungry applications.
Located 85 feet below ground and surrounded by solid limestone rock, Bluebird Underground is highly secure and offers a stable year-round environment, ensuring mission-critical IT is thoroughly protected, adequately cooled and always on. Since 2003, Bluebird Underground has delivered the operational advantages of a purpose-built data center with the added security and reliability that is inherent to an underground facility. Tenants enjoy measured power usage for cooling and hardware, hot/cold aisle containment, private colocation suites, Level 1 Technical support and attractive wholesale kW power rates for larger customers.
“Our customers now and in the future will reap the benefits of a world-class data center with unparalleled security,” said Michael Morey, President and CEO of Bluebird Network. “Bluebird’s strengths and communications infrastructure offerings underpin the success of a digital world. We thrive on helping businesses, hospitals, governments and other operations run lightning fast every day while offering them a way to flexibly grow.”
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