16 Apr Carrier-1 Named One of the Largest Data Centers in Dallas
Dallas Business Journal named Carrier-1 as 13th largest in February 2020
DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Carrier-1 Data Centers is proud to remain in the top twenty of the largest data centers in Dallas for the sixth year in a row published by the Dallas Business Journal. More than 100,000 data centers are located in Dallas-Fort Worth.
The Dallas data center market has grown significantly over the last five years, continues to grow, and is one of the largest data center markets in the country. This region ranks third largest data center market in the United States, behind Northern Virginia and Silicon Valley. Data centers span multiple industries including retail colocation, wholesale data center space, powered shell and build-to-suit projects.
The D-FW Metroplex has one of the largest concentrations of corporate headquarters in the United States, including 24 Fortune 500 companies, 38 Fortune 1000 companies, 10 companies listed among America’s Largest Private Companies and 147 headquarters of companies employing at least 1,000 globally including AT&T, Hunt Consolidated Oil and 7-Eleven. Major industries in Dallas include defense, financial services, information technology, life sciences, semiconductors, telecommunications and transportation.
Carrier-1 offers colocation solutions for all types of clients looking to house their data infrastructure in a fault-tolerant facility or to back up their data at a secondary site for disaster recovery planning.
About Carrier-1 Data Centers
Carrier-1 owns and operates a 106,866 square foot data center building in Dallas, Texas. Customers may lease colocation space within the building to utilize the redundant infrastructure and environment controls to maintain 100% uptime while receiving access to over 95 network carriers. Multiple racks, Virtual-PODs, cages, private suites and powered shell space are available now with plenty of space for expansion. Clients may also leverage Carrier-1’s office space, business continuity center for personnel and private data center suites within their colocation building. For more information, visit www.carrier-1.com.
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