New Data Center in Greater Detroit
Coming Soon: Q4 2019
US Signal, a provider of data center services, has commenced the engineering and construction of its newest data center in Van Buren Township, Michigan, part of the greater Detroit area. The facility is slated to open its doors in Q4 2019. The growing adoption of cloud-first, hybrid and off-premises data center strategies are driving the necessity for increased colocation space. The new state-of-the-art facility will add up to 100,000 square feet of additional data center space in greater Detroit.
Connected to US Signal’s wholly-owned, robust, secure network, the new data center will be the fourth facility for the company in Michigan, with two additional data centers owned and operated in Grand Rapids and one in Southfield. The project was initiated to accommodate the growth of anchor customers and to support the region’s prospering business and technology communities.
See the following press releases and check in later as more updates become available:
November 29, 2018 - US Signal Announces the Construction of its Second Greater Detroit Data Center