STACK Infrastructure will build a 216-megawatt data center in “Data Center Alley” in Ashburn, Virginia, the company said today. The new 80-acre site will feature three buildings and offer nearly 1 million square feet of data center space.
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STACK Infrastructure is expanding into the Asia-Pacific market, and will to build its first two data centers in Tokyo and Osaka. The company expects to enter at least four other Asia-Pacific markets through either acquisitions or development.
STACK Infrastructure has lined up $400 million through the sale of securitized notes, the latest in four transactions that have raised $1.8 billion to build more data centers as it expands across U.S. markets.
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STACK Infrastructure has lined up $325 million in low-cost debt to fund new construction, including a 32-megawatt data center in San Jose that has been fully pre-leased.