Data center developer Quantum Loophole says it has lined up deals for a whopping 240 megawatts of capacity at its new hyperscale campus in Frederick County, Maryland. The company is building a 2,100-acre campus to provide cloud computing companies with huge sites to support years of growth.
As it breaks ground on its first mega-campus in Maryland, data center developer Quantum Loophole is laying the groundwork for similar “data center cities” in Dallas, Chicago and Silicon Valley, says CEO Josh Snowhorn.
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.