European carrier-neutral data centres provider Interxion has opened its second Dublin data centre, DUB2, designed to meet the growing demand for energy-efficient, high-power-density colocation infrastructure and outsourced managed services from within Ireland and abroad.
The new, €12 million data centre will provide an additional 26,425 sq ft of gross space, increasing Interxion's overall capacity to 51,182 sq ft). With a redundant 4 MVA grid connection, the data centre supports the latest high-density power configuration requirements. It offers 2N UPS power and Nb1 cooling, as well as advanced alarm and monitoring systems.
Source: The WHIR