BusinessAlabama.com – April 10, 2019.
DC BLOX is expanding its presence in key cities in Alabama that have a growing high tech industry and a limited number of data centers. DC BLOX first opened a data center in Huntsville, Alabama with a second data center in Birmingham, Alabama set to open in early 2019.
DC BLOX data centers are equipped with robust networking enabling connectivity across a wealth of providers, partners and platforms. Alabama businesses will have access to the kind of connectivity they’ll need to grow, but might have difficulty getting on their own.
Excerpt from the article:
Huntsville and Birmingham are the sites of major data center expansions by Georgia-based DC BLOX — colocation facilities that put the state’s most concentrated clusters of technology companies in strategic location to their data.
DC BLOX, which builds data centers in underserved markets across the Southeast, supports area businesses of all sizes by connecting them with high-speed optical networks and hosting cloud services to efficiently grow their technology infrastructure.
With data centers in Atlanta, Chattanooga and now Huntsville, DC BLOX is currently building a new data center facility on 27 acres near downtown Birmingham. The former Trinity Steel site will be DC BLOX’s flagship location, spanning more than 200,000 square feet at full capacity and creating a multi-use campus for enterprise, hyperscale cloud, Software as a Service (SaaS), government, network and content providers.