CoreLink Data Centers and XPEC Global Consortium have teamed to provide an unnamed Asian corporation its first U.S. data center operation in support of the corporations U.S., South American and Asian expansion plans.
The deal will provide the customer with flexible and scalable data center hosting and IT infrastructure options that meet key service and financial requirements. CoreLinks soon-to-be completed 1-Megawatt (MW) expansion of the companys Las Vegas, Phoenix and Seattle data centers will ensure CoreLink is well positioned to continue to serve its explosive client growth into the future.
CoreLink, which also has a data center in Chicago, can thank its channel-partner program for this new deal; it was brought to the company by one of its agents.
As the Las Vegas market continues to demonstrate extraordinarily strong long term growth trends, we are well down the path of identifying and securing our second data center to serve the Las Vegas market,” said Charles Picasso, CoreLink chairman and CEO. This provides our current and future customers the comfort and peace of mind that we are committed to ensuring top-tier service today and into the future.”
CoreLink and XPEC are both members of the Tiger-CDC Global Alliance of data centers.