West Virginia Data Center Provider Wins Library of Congress Contract

The Library of Congress Office of Contract Management awarded a West Virginia data center, DC Corp with the award of a five-year Information Technology (IT) Consulting Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) Contract Vehicle alongside HMS Technologies, Inc (HMS) and Grant Thornton, LLP  — one of the six global firms which provide a full-range of management consulting services. The … Read more

West Virginia Data Center Fiber Connectivity by Lumos Network Corp.

Lumos Network Corp. will deliver fiber connectivity to DC Corp’s 180,000 square foot Martinsburg, West Virginia data center. Lumos Networks is a fiber-based service provider in the Mid-Atlantic region and upon completion of connecting the DC Corp facility Lumos Networks will have fiber connectivity to sixteen commercial data centers. In a recent press release announcing … Read more

West Virginia Data Center Provider, DC Corp, Partners with WiredRE for Cloud, Colocation, Data Centers

Collaboration to center around Data Center Alley and New Mexico large-scale data center developments. West Virginia / Nevada (Sept. 17, 2014) — DC Corp has partnered with Wired Real Estate Group Inc. (“WiredRE”) for strategy, development, and awareness within the cloud, colocation, and data center market.  Just 60 miles west of Ashburn’s “Data Center Alley”, … Read more

Data Center Map and Provider List Service Upgraded by WiredRE

Data Center List service upgraded to include new data center markets, regional news, and data center mapping of providers by nation, state, city, and street. Las Vegas, NV – July 17, 2014 – The data center industry is growing dramatically in the US and abroad. Equinix, Digital Realty, and DuPont Fabros alone will spend over … Read more

Northern Virginia Colocation Market Q1, 2012

Northern Virginia Colocation market is the second largest in the US with over 4-million sq-ft already built and close to another one-million planned to come on-line in the near future. Historically, it was driven by the federal government and Telcos (AT&T, UUNET, MCI) and the technology corridor they fueled. But it truly started to grow … Read more