Saturday, November 17, 2012

Time Warner Cable Opens $82 Million Data Center in North Carolina

Time Warner Cable (TWC) inaugurated a National Data Center East in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The $82 million dollar National Data Center is a 178,000 square foot (16,500 m2) facility that includes 1,600 racks of technical equipment and four 12,000 square foot data halls. The second facility is a four-story, 103,500 square foot administrative office building. In support of TWC’s green initiative, both buildings will seek Silver LEED certification.

The new data center is part a $101 million expansion at the company's campus in Charlotte.

Time Warner Cable also highlighted that the new data center leverages Cloud Technology from NaviSite, a Time Warner Cable company.

“Time Warner Cable serves customers across 29 states and this National Data Center provides the management and support for all Time Warner Cable products and services including WiFi, High Speed Data, Voice, TV services on smart devices and Intelligent Home among others,” added Jim Ludington, executive vice president of national network operations and engineering, Time Warner Cable. “In addition, the building is strategically designed to double in equipment size to accommodate future growth.”