CentriLogic Opens Buffalo Data Center
According to its Wednesday announcement, CentriLogic decision to build facilities in Buffalo is part of the second phase of its plan to establish data centers across the region known as the Horseshoe. Originally relying on its 23,000 square foot Rochester data center that opened in 2007, CentriLogic later opened a 10,000 square foot data center in the Toronto area in April, which brought its total capacity to roughly 1,600 cabinets.was appealing to us for many reasons from its highly skilled workforce and accessibility to power and its proximity to Toronto and Rochester, CentriLogic president and chief executive officer Robert Offley said in a statement. Buffalo on our map, it completes our own Golden Horseshoe, helping us to better deliver our services both within the USA and across the border. acts as a safety deposit box for companies. It our job to keep them up and running, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, Offley said. our mission to take the worry out of hosting and managed services so our clients can concentrate on what they do best. company also plans to add 50 to 75 jobs over the next three years, including technical, customer service and sales positions.