CAPRE Digital Infrastructure Weekly Roundup: DataBank Opens SLC Data Center, Yotta Signs MoU to Set Up Chennai Park

DataBank Announces Opening of “SLC5” Salt Lake City Data Center: DataBank has opened its fifth Salt Lake City data center (SLC5). It is the 20th data center the company has opened in its 9 metro markets. SLC5 is strategically located in Bluffdale, UT, on DataBank’s 23-acre Granite Point Campus, an engine of digital growth that is helping to give the region its “Silicon Slopes” nickname. The campus features its own 66MW, N+1 substation guaranteeing lower costs and scalability needed for the most ambitious enterprises and hyper-scale cloud ventures. DataBank’s newest facility features 50,000 sq ft of raised-floor space, 13 MW of total power availability, a comprehensive suite of Colocation, Cloud, Connectivity, and Managed Services, and has been designed from the ground up with a full suite of customer amenities and all the security features needed to meet HIPAA, PCI-DSS, SSAE-18 SOC1 and SOC2, GDPR, and FedRAMP compliance requirements. This combination of power, network, facilities, and the convenience and peace-of-mind of a campus setting ensure that DataBank’s SLC5 is the ideal data center for the high-performance computing, content providers, cloud giants, hyperscale providers, and large enterprises.   Yotta Infrastructure Signs MoU with Tamil Nadu to set up Data Center Park in Chennai: Yotta Infrastructure has signed an MoU with the Government of Tamil Nadu to set up a Data Center Park in Chennai. The Hiranandani Group and its group companies, along with Yotta, will invest INR 3000-4000 crores in this proposed…