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The DC2 data center leverages its existing interconnected campus environment and connects via high-count dark fiber to CoreSite's DC1 data center, one of the company's key interconnection hubs on the East Coast, as well as to its Reston campus in Northern Virginia thereby delivering a rich community of enterprises, networks with over 90 domestic and international carriers, cloud providers with native cloud on-ramps, and best-of-breed solution partners to further serve customers' needs.
The warehouse, known as DC2, is one of two on the West Mains Industrial Estate on Junction 6 of the M9.
The BALB/c male mice were injected intravenously with AGAF-triggered DC2.4 cells (2 x [10.sup.6] cells/mice) for 3 days.
BATMAN: ARKHAM ORIGINS A DC2 MULTIVERSE GRAPHIC NOVEL immerses readers into the world of Batman through dynamic artwork and action sounds integrated with a full soundtrack.
According to the company, METHOCEL DC2 helps manufacturers replace wet granulation in matrix tablet production, lowering manufacturing costs by as much as 60%, reducing waste, and shortening development time.
"DC2, along with neighbouring DC3, has already achieved the coveted BREEAM Outstanding rating and the interim stage, and DC1 has achieved an Excellent rating, making this the greenest data centre complex in the United Kingdom.
Construction on the two further facilities will commence in the final quarter of this year, and demolition of the former Siemens site is now under way to make way for DC2.
It is expected that the ex-Atmel plant will take around 20 weeks to demolish and around 40% of what is left will be reclaimed and used to construct DC2.
North Tyneside Council has approved planning consent for the DC2 facility at the Cobalt Data Centre Campus near Newcastle.