AZ Big Media DCX Opens High-Performance Data Center at Goodyear

DCX Goodyear 1an advanced and secure data center for artificial intelligence, machine learning and other high performance computing applications, is operational and accepting new customers.

Happy new year 1, just west of Phoenix along the Interstate Highway 10 corridor, offers fully managed cloud colocation and is a game-changer for HPC, AI/ML and mission-critical applications. The six-acre data center campus, with six megawatts and two online suites, can quickly expand to over 12 megawatts and six private data suites. Each modular suite has a dedicated and independent critical infrastructure, including:

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• Ultra-high density network power and data suites

• Uninterruptible power supply systems

• Emergency diesel generators

• No water cooling systems

• 100% uptime SLA with 24 always-on operations, web console management and self-service

“We heard from researchers and other successful users. It’s the data center colocation service they’ve always needed,” said the DCX founder. George Slessmanwhich has 25 years of experience in developing advanced data centers for businesses and organizations around the world.

He added: “For our users, it’s all about their results. So we designed a data center colocation service that provides high-performance system capacity and the assurance needed to deliver their results. DCX allows our clients to focus on what they want and need to focus on: their research and their results. »

Ideal clients for DCX include:

• Teams of college and university researchers

• Teams of researchers from the private sector, particularly in the fields of health, pharmacy, science and technology

• Advanced HPC and AI/ML projects in large enterprises and government agencies

“We designed risk and uncertainty,” Slessman said. “DCX provides a dedicated and independent critical infrastructure. This allows our clients to build capacity while avoiding shared risk. We protect important research from the risks found in most large-scale colocation facilities, where everything, including power, cooling and connectivity, is an interconnected and interdependent risk.

DCX is powered by Internet services provided by Cox Business and infrastructure operations overseen by TBL Mission Critical LLC.

“We are proud to service this transformational data center in the heart of a large data and research driven metropolitan area,” said Cox Business Director of Sales. Brett Yako said. “It is an honor for our services to power one of the best data centers in the world offering 24/7/365 access and reliability.”

TBL Mission Critical manages critical data center infrastructure, bringing DCX a national track record of achievement and credibility.

“Like DCX, we help our customers focus on what matters, their mission-critical applications, without worrying about the infrastructure that supports their business,” said Samir Shah, Managing Partner of TBL. “Safe and continuous operation is our mission and our passion. DCX is a great fit for us, as we share a commitment to providing the highest level of service reliability to our customers.

The Town of Goodyear provided assistance to DCX in the planning and development of the project.

“We are thrilled to have such an important resource here in our community,” the mayor said. Joe Pizzillo said. “Happy new year and our region have become a hub for technology and research, and DCX is a great addition to good years booming technology sector. We are delighted to welcome such a good provider of these services.

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