Netrality launches second area data center in Shawnee

Source: Kansas City Business Journal, Sydnie Savage

Article Abstract

Netrality has opened a new 172,000-square-foot data center, KC2, in Shawnee, Johnson County, enhancing Kansas-Missouri Data Center Services in the Kansas City Metro Region. This New Kansas Data Center, linked to Netrality’s main facility in Downtown, promises sub-millisecond latency due to its dark fiber tether. The data center aligns with Kansas City’s growing reputation as a tech hub, with significant contributions to local employment and the broader economy, as highlighted by regional tech advocates.

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About Netrality Data Centers
Netrality Data Centers owns and operates strategic interconnection data centers and Meet Me Rooms, providing a mix of colocation, powered shell, and wholesale data center solutions driven by fiber-dense, network-rich interconnection environments. Today, Netrality’s eighteen properties span 3.3 million square feet and over 100 megawatts of capacity across North America.

Well-capitalized with a long-term investment from Macquarie Asset Management, Netrality is the largest privately held owner-operator of core interconnection facilities in the United States. Netrality acquires strategically located core network interconnection data centers that provide best in market network resiliency, ensuring always-on connectivity for latency-sensitive and mission-critical businesses.  For more information: www.netrality.comLinkedInTwitter.

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