CAPRE’s Data Center Round Up for November 7, 2019

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Check out the latest in deals, development and disruptive technology in the data center industry for November 7, 2019: Hypertec Secures Two New Facilities in Quebec Region for Wholesale Colocation Services: Hypertec, an end-to-end global provider of wholesale colocation services, technology products and value-added services, announced it has secured two additional properties in Montreal and the Montreal-Quebec City corridor to further expand and support the rapid growth of its wholesale colocation business. This latest expansion advances Hypertec’s strategy by providing the necessary capacity and site diversity to support the growth of its existing customers in the cloud and communication service, media and entertainment and financial services industries as well as providing future customers with greater capacity and access to all four of Hypertec’s highly versatile, application-optimized, data hall build types. The two facilities were strategically chosen for their white space capacity, power availability and fiber diversity as well as their security. The first property, YUL02, is located near the existing Hypertec Montréal West Island campus and the second property, YUL03, is situated in the Montréal-Quebec City corridor. YUL02 and YUL03 will have critical load capacities of 26 MW and 32 MW, respectively, increasing Hypertec’s fully developed critical load capacity to a total of 103 MW for the region of Quebec. Rackspace to Acquire Onica, a Cloud-Native Consulting and Managed Services Company: Rackspace has agreed to acquire Onica, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN) Premier Consulting Partner and AWS…