Cogeco Expanding Data Center

Nov. 20, 2014
Cogeco (TSX:CCA) Data Services announced the expansion of its flagship data center in Barrie, Ontario. The facility, paired with Cogeco Data ...
Cogeco (TSX:CCA) Data Services announced the expansion of its flagship data center in Barrie, Ontario. The facility, paired with Cogeco Data Services' wholly owned cloud and network infrastructure, is expanding to accommodate Cogeco Data Services' growing customer base and demand for the company's cloud and managed services. Construction of more than 20,000 square feet of new operational space is underway and scheduled for completion in early 2015.

When the expansion is complete, the Company will have invested approximately $80 million in the facility, which will house more than 32,000 square feet of operational floor space.

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