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Data center facilitates 'flexible power densities'

A recently acquired data center has been designed to allow for flexibility in power densities.

ByteGrid Holdings bought the center, based in Maryland, from a Fortune 50 financial services institution.

The data center will allow the firm to deliver a variety of power densities in order to meet specific customer needs.

Indeed, power densities are available for rent ranging in density from 50 to 150 watts per square foot.

Kenneth Parent, chief executive of the data center firm, commented: "With its efficient, flexible and resilient design, this facility will meet the IT infrastructure outsourcing, business continuity, and disaster recovery needs of our government and commercial customers.

"Located along the main fiber corridors, this premier facility is ideally suited for both local and national use."

He added: "With its efficient, flexible and resilient design, this facility will meet the IT infrastructure outsourcing, business continuity, and disaster recovery needs of our government and commercial customers." ADNFCR-2366-ID-800567503-ADNFCR