CyrusOne’s Gold data center is located at 11500 Goldcoast Drive Cincinnati, OH 45249. This Cincinnati colocation facility is used for production colocation in Ohio, back-up and disaster recovery and business continuity.
The colocation services are provided through cabinets, caged space, and private suites. The CyrusOne data center provides 25,000 square feet of space including 3,000 square feet of raised flooring. The data center has an energy-efficient design, and is USGBC LEED certified. The Ohio data center has 1.2 MW of Caterpillar dedicated diesel generators as a secondary power source. The 24 inch raised floor design provides the cooling and temperature control in the data center. The data center is a carrier neutral facility to empower the customers to select a best-in-class carrier that best fits their unique preferences and requirements.
CyrusOne Inc. specializes in highly reliable enterprise class and carrier-neutral data center facilities. The company provides mission-critical data center facilities that protect and ensure the continued operation of IT infrastructure for more than 550 customers, including nine of the Fortune 20 and more than 100 of the Fortune 1000 companies. CyrusOne serves clients in financial services, investment banking, healthcare, energy, oil and gas, and technology industries through its eighteen data centers in US, one in Singapore, and one in UK. CyrusOne has been acquired by Cincinnati Bell (CBB) in June 2010, and now operating as a wholly-owned subsidiary of CBB. CyrusOne is public trading company on the NASDAQ under the symbol CONE, founded in 2000, and is headquartered in Houston, Texas.
CyrusOne – Cloud and Colocation Provider
The CyrusOne platform for the cloud, “The Sky for the Cloud™,” provides a home for the cloud in a customized data hall. It is designed for optimizing power usage effectiveness (PUE) and enabling fast interconnection to an ecosystem of business partners, content providers, networks, carriers, Internet service providers, and Ethernet buyers and sellers. The Sky for the Cloud encompasses peering within a single location, to more quickly and affordably pull content from the edge of the Internet to the heart of the data center.
Cincinnati, OH 45249
CyrusOne – Ohio Data Center (Gold Coast) Highlights
- 25,000 Square Feet of Data Center
- 3,000 Square Feet of Raised Floor
- USDBC LEED Design
- 24 Inches Raised Floor
- Cabinets, Caged Space, and Private Suits
- 1.2 MW Diesel Generators
- Carrier Neutral Facility