CoreSite, a provider of secure, reliable, high-performance data center, cloud and interconnection solutions, completed phase one of its new ground-up, enterprise-class data center development in Los Angeles.
A part of CoreSite’s Los Angeles connected campus
CoreSite’s LA3 Data Center has designed a 160,000 square foot facility with a total of 18 megawatts, near the center of downtown Los Angeles, and adjacent to CoreSite’s LA2 facility. The company has completed phase one of the LA3 development, which consists of 51,000 square feet and six megawatts of capacity. It enables customers to access directly the largest interconnection community in North America.
Brian Warren, CoreSite’s Senior Vice President of Development and Product Engineering, said,
“LA3 expands our footprint in Los Angeles – one of our most high-demand markets – expanding our world-class ecosystem connectivity. We believe this enterprise-class, purpose-built, ground-up development will be extremely well suited to meet our customers’ needs.”
LA3 has a resilient and efficient design with optimized connectivity, high-count diverse dark fiber, compliant with LEED and ENERGY STAR design standards.
As part of a CoreSite’s Los Angeles connected campus, LA3 targets a rich community of enterprises with high-performance, low latency needs and best-of-breed solution partners for hybrid cloud architecture, migration and managed services needs, as well as leading cloud service and content providers.
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