Developers are now building multi-story data centers to boost their capacity to house IT gear. The trend is most pronounced in the two hottest data center markets, Northern Virginia and Silicon Valley.
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Vantage Data Centers is commencing construction this week on the new V5 data center on its Santa Clara campus, even as it continues work on its V6 facility. The two facilities add 24 MW of power to the supply-constrained market.
CyrusOne says it will build a data center campus in Santa Clara, California, bringing a new player into one of the nation’s most active markets.
Data center space in Silicon Valley is limited, which has prompted several companies to startd construction projects to bring additional capacity online.
Silicon Valley remains one of America’s busiest markets for data center space, and is home to nearly 2.6 million square feet of mission-critical space. Today we examine supply and demand in this key market, and what to expect over the coming year.
It’s getting tough to find space to build data centers in Santa Clara. That’s why Vantage Data Centers has secured a 9-acre site for a new cloud campus, which will be home to four data centers.
Vantage Data Centers plans a major expansion of its campus in Santa Clara, Calif. the company announced today. Vantage intends to build two new data centers, adding 21 megawatts of IT capacity for tenants.
The cloud builders continue to lease massive chunks of data space, boosting the fortune of major data center developers. In the latest megadeal, DuPont Fabros Technology has pre-leased 16 megawatts of space in Santa Clara.
RagingWire/NTT is creating a base isolation system to provide an extra layer of earthquake protection for its Santa Clara data center. A primer on base isolation, how it works, and why these systems are rare at U.S. data centers.
Within the Silicon Valley market, Santa Clara has emerged as the prime location due to power pricing from the municipal utility, Silicon Valley Power. This post, part of a new Data Center Frontier Special Report, takes a look at the current business environment in Silicon Valley for data centers, including disaster risk, power cost, incentives and more.