Supernap Italia opens second data centre in Milan
Supernap Italia has opened a second data centre on its campus in Milan, Italy.
The new facility, comprised of two independent data halls, brings the Siziano campus to 100,000 square meters (1 million sq ft) and 40MW of power.
The first phase of the campus opened in 2016.
The plot will support three data centres totalling 35 MW of incremental capacity, bringing the campus’ total capacity to 75MW. The first of the new data centres is expected to be operational by mid-2022.
VPLS acquires Wave Broadband data centre in Santa Clara, California
VPLS has acquired a data centre in Santa Clara, California, its third data centre deal this year.
The 30,000 sq ft, 3MW facility was bought from Wave Broadband and will be renamed to SV3. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The SV3 data centre currently has 1.5MW of available capacity for colocation customers.
Africa Data Centres to increase capacity in Johannesburg to 100MW
Africa Data Centres is to more than double its footprint in Johannesburg, South Africa.
ADC this week said it plans to expand capacity in the region to 100MW; its existing two campuses in the city will total 20MW each upon full built out.
The company aims to expand in both Midrand and Samrand and is securing land for a third location.
Earlier this year company announced a $500 million goal to build 10 data centres across 10 African countries over the next two years. The company plans to double its footprint and build facilities in the likes of Morocco, Tunisia, and Egypt.
Microsoft opens two new data centres in Wyoming
Microsoft has launched two new data centres in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
The company announced the new facilities – one in the Cheyenne Business Parkway and another in Bison Business Park — to support its West Central US Azure region.
Microsoft has had a data centre presence in Wyoming since 2012 and expanded its footprint there in 2014.