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Globalinx data center has direct access to subsea cables

Globalinx Data Centers announced a new, three-phase data center campus in close proximity to the Telxius Cable Landing Station (CLS) in Virginia Beach.

Globalinx’s data center campus comprises initially of Phase-I, located in the Corporate Landing Business Park at 1632 Corporate Landing Parkway, Virginia Beach.

The facility is a 10,750 square-feet facility built upon a private 11.5-acre campus.

The data center is equipped with high-capacity space for network carriers, subsea operators, enterprises and hyperscale providers to colocation their networking equipment in a secure location and interconnect in the building Meet-Me-Room (MMR).

The facility offers direct access to multiple subsea cable systems and terrestrial networks and has access to more than 30MWs of scalable critical power provided by Dominion Energy through two independent substations.

Corporate Landing Business Park has been officially certified as a data center site by Dominion Energy.

The progressive data center design offers multi-phase expansion capability.  

On the heels of this Phase-I announcement, Globalinx has also commenced the design and planning work for Phase-II.  

Once completed, the Globalinx Data Center Virginia Beach campus will encompass more than 150,000 square feet of colocation data center space offered with variable power densities to meet customers’ requirements.

Globalinx founder Greg Twitt says, “Virginia Beach offers some of the most attractive incentives for data centers in the country.

“The appeal of competitive tax rates and local incentives combined with robust power capabilities at truly reasonable rates is amplified by access to two of the most modern subsea cable systems ever to be built.”

“No other location along the Eastern Seaboard offers this opportunity, making Virginia Beach the number one destination for mid-Atlantic connectivity between North America, South America, Europe and North Africa.”

Globalinx Data Centers is a Tier-III carrier-neutral multi-megawatt data center campus in Virginia Beach, VA, developed to facilitate direct connectivity between subsea fiber and terrestrial fiber systems.

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