This brief article outlines the most common data center power configurations available in the marketplace with the key ways they do—or don't—provide complete power redundancy.
Redundant power is a common term in the colocation industry. But what does it really mean? This white paper explores what constitutes a true “2N” power infrastructure and why it can be so important. Learn the ins and outs of redundant power and what to look for when evaluating a data center’s power promise.
January 9, 2009 – Despite the downturn in the economy, high quality data center space is still very much in demand. The Dallas Business Journal reported on how the credit crunch is slowing the pace of construction for new data centers and making existing space a hot commodity for customers. Reporter Jeff Bounds spoke with Paul VanMeter about the current state of the market and Colo4Dallas' new 30,000 square feet of expansion space.
June 27, 2008 – Dallas Business Journal reporter Jeff Bounds talked to Paul VanMeter about the recent expansion at Colo4Dallas, which tripled the company's data center space from 28,000 to more than 68,000 square feet.
February 29, 2008 – Dallas Business Journal writer Jeff Bounds recently reported on the high demand for data center space in North Texas. Paul VanMeter, Colo4Dallas President and Chief Technology Officer, shared his insights on the business factors that have contributed to more and more companies requiring quality bandwidth, power and secure colocation space.