Switch has opened a 1.3 million square foot data center at its new Citadel Campus near Reno, the largest purpose-built colo center ever. The company plans more than 7 million SF of data centers in Reno.
Switch has emerged as a leader in the data center industry’s effort to power its operations with renewable energy, according to Greenpeace, which gave the Las Vegas-based company top marks in its Clicking Clean report for 2017.
SUPERNAP Italia Milan data center is the first deployment outside of Las Vegas for the designs developed by Switch CEO Rob Roy, enabled by a global design template using pre-fabricated modular components.
Emerging technologies like the Internet of Things, virtual reality and machine learning will generate vast amounts of data, which will require additional data center capacity to store, according to panelists from our Executive Roundtable.
Our Executive Roundtable examines the data center industry’s track record on energy efficiency, assessing the progress thus far and laying out the strategies that can take efficiency to the next level.
Our Executive Roundtable discusses at the data center industry’s progress on using renewable energy, the economics of procuring green power, and the renewable options that offer the most potential going forward.
Our Executive Roundtable panel of six industry veterans explores how cloud demand is disrupting the market for wholesale data center space.
Adam Kramer, Switch’s Executive Vice President of Strategy, explores what it really means for a data center to be green. He also makes a call to data center providers and large enterprise users to make sure they are striving to powering their data center on 100% renewable power.
Data center design refinements developed at the Switch SUPERNAP cloud campus Las Vegas are yielding benefits as the company expands into new global markets, such as its latest SUPERNAP project near Bangkok, Thailand.
As of January 1, the Switch SUPERNAP data centers and their more than 1,000 colocation and cloud computing customers are fully powered by renewable energy from NV Energy,