Prime Data Centers continues to expand in the capacity-constrained Silicon Valley market. The data center developer this week announced plans to build a four-story, 9-megawatt data center in Santa Clara.
Cyxtera Technologies is expanding its presence in Silicon Valley, leasing a 9 megawatt data center being built by Prime Data Centers. It is also adding capacity in the Greater Chicago market.
NTT Global Data Centers Americas has opened its SV1 data center in Santa Clara, which is the company’s first presence in the supply-constrained Silicon Valley market. The facility features a base isolation system to provide advanced protection against earthquakes.
Digital Realty plans to build a four-story, 430,000-square-foot data center in Santa Clara, providing additional room for customer growth in the strategic Silicon Valley technology market.
Wholesale data center developer Prime Data Centers will enter the Silicon Valley market with a project in Santa Clara, the company said this week.
Vantage Data Centers is continuing its global expansion by adding capacity in the two largest U.S. markets, Northern Virginia and Silicon Valley. Both markets are seeing strong customer demand, with developers working steadily to provide inventory to keep pace.
Data center developer CoreSite is shifting from building mode to leasing as it brings fresh capacity online across its U.S. footprint, including new space in Chicago and 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.
CyrusOne has begun construction on a 144-megawatt data center campus in Santa Clara, which will feature on-site power generation. The project will be the first for CyrusOne in Silicon Valley.
Data center developer EdgeCore Internet Real Estate is entering the Santa Clara market, where it plans to create a campus featuring 550,000 SF of data centers and 80 megawatts of capacity.