LIBERTY CENTER ONE
OUR HISTORY
LIBERTY CENTER ONE
ABOUT US

OUR HISTORY

2007-2012

2007

Liberty Center One purchases the Liberty Specialty Tool facility in Royal Oak and begins demolition for the data center remodel.

2008

US Signal and AT&T completes fiber builds
April 1, 2008. Liberty Center One lights its first 3,700 sq. ft. data room floor.

2012

Liberty initiates build-out of second 4,000 sq. ft data room. Makes structural improvements to accommodate added equipment weight
Liberty deploys an EMC Avamar grid to provide off-site data protection for colocation customers
Liberty installs utility-grade power monitoring for all individual customer circuits
2013-2016

2013

Liberty Center One completes its first SOC2 examination
Liberty finishes first phase of Data Room B build-out and opens space for 80 racks.
Comcast builds their first fiber connection to Liberty Center One
Comlink (Everstream) completes ambitious fiber build with three diverse entries at Liberty Center One

2014

Level(3) completes fiber build to Liberty Center One

2015

Liberty completes phase 2 of the Data Room B build-out, adding two new Eaton UPS, switchgear, PDUs, transfer switch and structural improvements resulting in active space for over 300 racks
XO Communications (Verizon) lights dark fiber connection to Liberty Center One

2016

Liberty installs its third 750 kW Kohler generator
Liberty upgrades network infrastructure to a mesh of edge and core Juniper routers with 10g ISP links on a 40g network backbone
2017 - Present

2017

Liberty acquires Cincinnati-based Zimcom, a data protection and availability cloud provider
One Cloud Services integrates cloud platforms between data centers Detroit, Cincinnati and Dallas
New cloud automation platform based on OpenStack launched in the Detroit data center

2018

Upgraded one of Liberty’s four UPS to a new Eaton 9760 with zero downtime
One Cloud Services extends OpenStack platform to Cincinnati and Dallas data centers
Liberty deploys Noction’s Intelligent Routing Platform
Introduced all-flash storage for production cloud engagements
Carrier services expanded to include Cogent, 123.net and Crown Castle