DataBank Announces Strategic Investment in EdgePresence

prnewswire | October 21, 2020

DataBank Announces Strategic Investment in EdgePresence
DataBank, a leading provider of enterprise-class colocation, connectivity, and managed services, today announced that it has made a $30M strategic investment in EdgePresence, an owner and operator of multi-tenant, modular data centers, providing space, power, bandwidth, and interconnection across key U.S. markets. EdgePresence's Edge Data Centers (EDCs) are modular, purpose-built data centers, comprehensively and compactly designed to include critical power, monitoring, physical security and cooling. Located at targeted locations at the base of cell towers, key real estate, and enterprise campus locations, these EDCs will enable DataBank to colocate its customer workloads at the "far edge" to further reduce latency and improve performance for select applications.

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Are you ready for the new reality of multi-cloud infrastructure? Next-generation applications are being born in the cloud. You need to protect them no matter what cloud they're on. You also need the freedom to move data between clouds, along with global visibility and insight.