Cyxtera Continues Global Expansion of Leading-Edge Enterprise Bare Metal Service

Company Adds Offering from World-Class Data Centers in Denver and Toronto; Cyxtera Enterprise Bare Metal Now Available in 14 Markets Across Global Platform

MIAMI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#HybridITCyxtera, a global leader in data center colocation and interconnection services, today announced the expanded availability of its Enterprise Bare Metal service to customers from its data center facilities in Denver and Toronto. Cyxtera Enterprise Bare Metal offers customers the security, control, and performance of dedicated colocation infrastructure in an on-demand, subscription-based model. Through Cyxtera’s digital exchange, the company delivers a combination of colocation, on-demand Enterprise Bare Metal, interconnectivity, on-ramps to public cloud, and a rich ecosystem of technology providers that enables customers to create and evolve their ideal future-proof hybrid IT infrastructure from a global platform.

Enabled by the company’s programmable, software-defined digital exchange, Cyxtera’s Enterprise Bare Metal offering helps companies seamlessly extend their existing colocation infrastructure to create extensible hybrid environments via leading providers of enterprise-grade infrastructure. Cyxtera’s offering is also well suited for companies looking to rapidly extend their digital infrastructure into a new market while avoiding large capital expenditures, lengthy implementation cycles, or the necessity to add to local staff. In addition, customers interested in accessing Cyxtera’s Enterprise Bare Metal offering in Denver will have the option of leveraging Cyxtera’s Federal digital exchange, which is certified as FedRAMP Ready at the High Impact Level.

“Carousel’s mission and company-wide drive is to bring extreme technology value to Carousel customers—value that is measurable, meaningful, and highly transformative,” said Gerry McOmber, Director of IT, Carousel Infrastructure. “Leveraging Cyxtera’s on-demand infrastructure solutions provides us the speed and agility benefits of public cloud, but with the enterprise-level reliability and consistent customer experience we need to deliver mission-critical workloads to our customers. Cyxtera’s solution saves us significant CAPEX dollars, and combining it with IP connect and secure cabinets, we have a powerful hybrid infrastructure platform.”

By launching the delivery of Enterprise Bare Metal from its facilities in Denver and Toronto, Cyxtera now offers enterprise and government customers access to its innovative infrastructure solution in 14 markets around the world – Amsterdam, Frankfurt, and London in Europe, as well as Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, Los Angeles, New York/New Jersey Metro, Northern Virginia, Phoenix, Silicon Valley, and Toronto in North America.

“Across our global footprint, customers have consistently gravitated towards our Enterprise Bare Metal offering as a solution for their dynamic and ever-changing business needs,” said Randy Rowland, Chief Operating Officer of Cyxtera. “Whether it’s expanding to a new market or extending their existing infrastructure in one of our data centers, customers are increasingly taking advantage of being able to deploy capacity that meets stringent compliance and security requirements in a dynamic fashion to meet their needs. Adding this capability in Denver and Toronto is an important expansion for our North American customers.”

Cyxtera’s Enterprise Bare Metal platform is designed to meet a broad range of workload needs and provides access to infrastructure from leading enterprise IT providers like HPE, Fujitsu and NVIDIA. In addition, Cyxtera works with key partners across multiple geographic markets to extend the reach of its offering to customers globally.

Cyxtera’s data center facilities in Denver and Toronto offer scalable colocation solutions and access to various cloud and managed service providers via the Cyxtera digital exchange. Cyxtera’s Denver data center facilities are in one of the lowest disaster risk markets in the US, offering ultra-low latency to both coasts for the mission-critical production or disaster recovery needs of modern enterprises. The company’s Toronto data center facilities are NVIDIA DGX™ ready certified to enable customers’ AI workloads right in the heart of the commercial, distribution, financial, and industrial hub of Canada.

About Cyxtera

Cyxtera is a global leader in data center colocation and interconnection services. The company operates a footprint of 61 data centers in 29 markets around the world, providing services to more than 2,300 leading enterprises and U.S. federal government agencies. Cyxtera brings proven operational excellence, global scale, flexibility and customer-focused innovation together to provide a comprehensive portfolio of data center and interconnection services. On February 22, 2021, Cyxtera announced that it entered into a definitive agreement to merge with Starboard Value Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ: SVAC), a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company. The parties expect to complete the transaction in mid-2021, subject to customary closing conditions, including the receipt of regulatory approvals and approval by SVAC’s stockholders. For more information, please visit


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