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  1. #1
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    Data de Ingresso
    Dec 2010

    [EN] DuPont Fabros em Toronto

    Press Release -- October 27th, 2016
    Source: Dupont Fabros Technology

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 27, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- DuPont Fabros Technology, Inc. (DFT), a leading owner, developer, operator and manager of enterprise-class, carrier-neutral, large multi-tenant wholesale data centers announced today that it has purchased a building and land previously used for printing the Toronto Star newspaper in Vaughan, Ontario for a purchase price of CAD $54,250,000.

    This acquisition will be used for DFT’s first data center, TOR1, in the Greater Toronto Area. We will use our new design 4.0 which gives customers options to pick their own power density and resiliency.

    We estimate that this data center will have approximately 23 computer rooms when fully built out and provide critical load of up to 46 megawatts.

    Phase I of TOR1 will consist of 12 computer rooms totaling approximately 125,000 computer room square feet with critical load of up to 24 MW. The company anticipates service beginning in the third quarter of 2017.

    Christopher P. Eldredge, President and CEO, stated “We look forward to expanding our business into the Toronto market. We believe that there is robust demand for first-class data center services in Toronto. As we have discussed previously, entry into this market is a key aspect of our strategic plan. Now that the purchase is complete, our pre-leasing efforts will target both existing and new customers who may need our premier wholesale data center services in Toronto.”

  2. #2
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    Data de Ingresso
    Dec 2010

    Toronto Star print plant sells for $54M CAD

    The property sits on 17.4 hectares of land, of which half is subject to a hydro easement

    675,000-square-foot printing facility

    Paper shuttered facility in July, laying off 285 full- and part-time workers

    "The largest newspaper printing facility in Canada and one of the largest in North America"

    September 19, 2016
    by Canadian Staff

    TORONTO, Ont.—Torstar Corp. says it has signed a deal to sell the Vaughan, Ont. plant that printed The Toronto Star between 1992 and 2016.

    The parent company of the daily newspaper—which is Canada’s most widely circulated—announced plans to shutter the plant in January and stopped the presses for the last time this July.

    Citing high costs, the company laid off 220 full-time workers at the plant, as well as 65 part-time employees. It signed a five-year printing contract with Transcontinental Printing, which now prints the more than 100-year-old paper at another plant in the Toronto area. The move is expected to save the paper about $10 million per year in printing costs.

    Torstar did not release the identity of the buyer, but said the purchase price for the buildings and land just north of Toronto was $54.2 million.

    The 675,000-square-foot plant opened in 1992 and cost approximately $400 million.
    Última edição por 5ms; 27-10-2016 às 11:49.

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