Flexential Expands the FlexAnywhere Platform with New Data Center in Denver

Flexential, a leading provider of secure and flexible data center solutions, is expanding its FlexAnywhere Platform, introducing plans to develop its fifth data center and colocation facility in the Denver area.

By expanding its data center footprint in the region, Flexential aims to meet surging demand for data center inventory and connectivity across Denver, according to the company.  

The new Denver facility exemplifies Flexential's latest advancements in data center design, offering high-density colocation in a structure purpose-built to meet current sustainability and efficiency requirements of our customers.

With this expansion, Flexential’s total footprint and capacity in Denver will be 759,000 square feet and 49.4 MW. This new facility, located in Parker, CO, boasts a capacity of 22.5 MW powered by CORE Electric Cooperative and spans 249,000 square feet on over 17 acres, making it not only Flexential's largest in the Denver area but also a hub of technology and innovation.

This addition increases the company’s fleet to 42 data centers and further expands access to FlexAnywhere Platform's interconnection capabilities, including the recent introduction of Flexential Fabric—an advanced solution that simplifies virtual connections across our network, providing a seamless, efficient gateway to a wide range of services. 

"Flexential is expanding its data center presence across the nation, and our growth in Denver highlights our role in leading industry innovation and meeting market needs,” said Chris Downie, CEO, Flexential. "This new Denver facility is a cornerstone of our strategy, aimed at boosting Denver's tech sector with cutting-edge, scalable computing solutions. This project reflects our commitment to forward-looking, high-density, and sustainable computing infrastructures designed to support the evolving digital needs of enterprise businesses.” 

Flexential’s new Denver data center will provide enterprise businesses across healthcare, financial services, manufacturing, and more with critical power resources, regulatory compliant facilities, and a stable location with low risk of natural disasters.

According to the company, ss power shortages consistently affect major data center markets such as Ashburn, VA and Silicon Valley, enterprise customers are increasingly seeking alternate markets like Denver to tap their supply of available power and data center services. Flexential’s existing data centers in Colorado deliver advanced scalability, reliability, security, and compliance services to empower the hybrid IT journeys of its customers. 

Flexential’s Denver expansion follows on the heels of several strategic data center expansions across the U.S.

Flexential’s new Denver data center will begin leasing in 2H 2024 and is set to open in 2026.

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