Data center operator Baltimore Technology Park announced on Monday it has expanded its downtown Baltimore data center, adding 3,000 square feet of raised data center floor to a total of 11,000 square feet.
The move comes three years after Baltimore Technology Park underwent a $5 million expansion that provided 7,000 square feet of additional space.
The construction of Baltimore Technology Park’s expansion space is a 6 month, multimillion dollar project.
The newly expanded space will provide customers with even more scalability, redundancy, and security.
“The expansion of our facility is in response to the continued demand for a safe, secure and reliable location for businesses to house their IT infrastructure,” said Corey Blanton, chief operating officer of Enterprise Technology Parks. “As the most connected data center in the state of Maryland, our customer base continues to grow and we are always looking to expand our facility with them to meet their demands for our services.”
BTP is one of Maryland’s largest carrier-neutral data centers, serving customers in Maryland, Washington, DC, Northern Virginia and other states nationally.
The 30,000 square feet facility is owned by Enterprise Technology Parks, and is the sister corporation of Philadelphia Technology Park, a 25,700 square foot data center located in Philadelphia.
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