North Carolina Data Center Project Announced By Peak 10

Infrastructure and cloud computing services provider Peak 10, Inc. announced May 19 it would be building and expanding a North Carolina data center outside of Raleigh in Morrisville. The new facility will have 17,000 square feet of data center real estate on a 24-inch raised floor.

"The economic vitality of the Research Triangle Park market area is evident in our growth here, as we continue to add to the strong base of customers we're privileged to serve," said Kurt Mosley, director of service delivery for operations in Raleigh.

The company, which is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, already has two Raleigh data centers. This new addition will bring Peak 10's total space to 100,000 square feet of data center capability in the area. This isn't the only growth project currently on the company's plate. Peak 10 recently announced the expansion of its Louisville data center, where it will add 8,700 square feet of new data center real estate. The expansion will mean Peak 10 will occupy more than 60,000 square feet in Louisville.

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