CenturyLink announced its Minneapolis-St. Paul data center that will support up to 6 megawatts of IT load and 100,000 square feet of raised floor space to meet the long-term needs of CenturyLink and its clients.
David Meredith, senior vice president and general manager, CenturyLink Technology Solutions, said that the company will target industries such as retail, consumer brands, financial services, healthcare and media.
CenturyLink said MP2 is the region’s first multitenant Tier III-constructed data center certified by the Uptime Institute, and also holds Gold certification status from the U.S. Green Building Institute’s Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design.
MP2, which joins CenturyLink’s existing data center in the Minneapolis-St. Paul region, enables businesses to deploy hybrid cloud solutions that leverage network, colocation, managed hosting and managed services.
The Minneapolis-St. Paul data center is one of more than 55 data centers CenturyLink operates, with more than 2.5 million square feet of gross raised floor space throughout North America, Europe and Asia.
InfotechLead News Team