Phoenix data center
services provider CyrusOne, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB), announced today that it has become an official member and Platinum Sponsor of the Arizona Technology Council (AZTC), the premier trade association for science and technology companies in the state.
Rendering of data center CyrusOne is building in Chandler, Arizona. (Photo: Business Wire)
CyrusOne specializes in highly reliable enterprise
data center colocation
, engineering facilities with the highest
(2N architecture) and power-density infrastructure required to deliver excellent availability.
A recent addition to the Arizona technology community, CyrusOne purchased a 57-acre parcel of land in Chandler, Ariz., broke ground, and erected the steel skeleton of its 1-million-square-foot “
” Phoenix data center during the last year. Phase One is planned for completion by year-end, with the data center expected to become the largest of its kind in the country with 110 megawatts of power capacity delivered from a substation to be built on the property.
“The Council is an important part of the CyrusOne professional ecosystem,” said Scott Brueggeman, CMO, CyrusOne. “They are singularly focused on helping their member companies succeed through multiple initiatives including advocating for a tech-friendly business climate in Arizona. When we were considering membership organizations, AZTC emerged as a leading business partner—tech or otherwise.”
The AZTC serves Arizona’s diverse and thriving technology sectors, including semiconductor/electronics, aerospace/defense, information technology/data centers/software, telecommunications, optics/astronomy, alternative energy, and health/medical. As a member of the Council, CyrusOne receives numerous advocacy benefits and is granted access to as many as 150 events a year where members educate peers about trending topics and issues such as the cloud. In addition, high-profile Council events such as the annual Governor’s Celebration of Technology Innovation and the Business + IT Expo and CIO of the Year Awards have become known as the place to meet technology decision makers in Arizona.