Phoenix is home to nearly 2 million square feet of data center space, and nearly every major hyperscale platform and wholesale data center developer has lined up land for future capacity. A DCF special report looks at what lies ahead for this important market.
Iron Mountain has signed two leases totaling 6 megawatts of capacity at its newest data center in Phoenix, continuing its leasing success in the key regional data center market.
Microsoft continues to expand its global data center infrastructure, buying land to add massive amounts of server capacity in key North American cloud hubs in Iowa, Northern Virginia and Phoenix.
Data centers are known for large amounts of water and power usage. In fact, it takes a tremendous amount of energy and water to power and cool any data center. That’s according to a new report from Aligned Energy, that outlines how the company installed a soft water program to its fluid cooler system at its Phoenix data center to save 24 million gallons of water a year.
Data center development continues West of Phoenix. Amazon has bought land in the growing data center cluster in Goodyear, while Stream Data Centers said its Goodyear campus now has Cox fiber and will open next month.
STACK Infrastructure has bought land for a data center campus in Avondale, Arizona, which could reach 1 million square feet of build-out. It’s the latest in a cluster of data centers around Goodyear.
NTT Global Data Centers plans to spend $7 billion on building new data centers, including new campuses in Hillsboro, Oregon and the Phoenix market.
With a new round of funding, Compass Datacenters is building big in the three hottest hyperscale data center markets. CEO Chris Crosby provides an update on the company’s hyperscale ambitions.
Compass Datacenters has begun construction on a major new campus in Goodyear, Arizona, which has quickly emerged as a hot destination in the Phoenix data center market.
Google continues to build its Internet empire, with the announcement of a new subsea cable connecting Europe and Africa, and the revelation of plans for a data center campus in Mesa, Arizona.