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One of four data centers that 123Net owns and operates in Michigan, the 18,000 square foot DC1 facility offers high- capacity colocation and disaster recovery space as well as 2(n+1) redundancy, enabling continuous service by safeguarding against equipment failure.
With the sale of DC2, which sits on a site of eight acres, Colliers is going on to market the neighbouring warehouse, DC1. Almost twice the size at 250,000 sq ft, this was formerly Asda's principal distribution depot in Scotland.
DC1 Nedzweckas is joined by NAVSUP GLS Bluejacket of the Year, LSSN Shekera Porchia, also from NAVSUP FLC Yokosuka; Junior Sailor of the Year LS3 Vanessa Alvarez, NAVSUP FLC Sigonella; and Sailor of the Year LS2 Amber Wilson, also from NAVSUP FLC Sigonella.
"The photo of the later 'DC1' was taken in the garden of his house in Roman Road about 1901/02, with my grandmother Mabel Reed at the wheel.
Bowmer & Kirkland was responsible for construction of the earlier DC1 development.
The authors also showed that HER-2-pulsed DC1 vaccines led to accumulation of lymphocytes in the breast and changes in the residual DCIS, and furthermore they observed pronounced declines in HER-2 staining in seven of 11 subjects with DCIS compared to no decline in an unvaccinated control group.
"We have equally high ambitions for the speculative DC2 building, which is an important part of our strategy to develop high-quality and competitive data centre solutions in the North East." Highbridge's first data centre - DC1 - was completed last year and incorporates 45,875sqft on the site of the former Siemens and Atmel plants.
DC1 is a new-build data centre comprising four autonomous data halls on what has been described as "a new technical real estate campus".