Aligned Data Centers has signed an agreement to acquire land, power, and water at Quantum Loophole’s massive new data center campus in Maryland, a big step toward extending the Northern Virginia cloud cluster across the Potomac into Frederick County.
The 2,100-acre Quantum Loophole project in Maryland is envisioned as a prototype for the future of hyperscale computing, offering huge sites with enough land and power for years of growth. Here’s a closer look at Quantum Loophole’s plans for its first campus.
Quantum Loophole has teamed with TPG Real Estate Partners to develop a 2,100-acre site in Adamstown, Maryland as a gigawatt-scale data center campus. The venture seeks to extend the massive Northern Virginia data center market across the Potomac into Maryland.