Originally posted on Data Center POST

ColoHouse, a worldwide retail colocation, cloud, and managed services provider with 26 locations in 21 cities across North America, Europe, and Asia, has announced an expansion with 15,000 square feet of data center space and over 1 megawatt of power in the fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty (‘1547 CSR’) flagship facility in Orangeburg, New York. With the new development, ColoHouse will be able to meet the high demand of new and existing customers, emerging commercial development requirements, and demand for its own bare metal solution available through TurnKey Internet, which ColoHouse acquired in Q4 of 2021.  

With the addition of the two new data halls, ColoHouse’s bare metal company, TurnKey Internet, will be expanding its bare metal footprint to the facility’s newest data hall. As a result of its new capacity, ColoHouse can now provide customers in the New York and New Jersey area with the highly demanded bare metal servers. Throughout the past 6 months, ColoHouse has experienced immense achievements in recent leasing activity throughout North America, with a particular interest from large financial enterprises. 

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