Vantage Data Centers has completed construction of its final data center at its Santa Clara campus, bringing 15 megawatts of capacity online in a supply-constrained Silicon Valley market.
Vantage Data Centers
Founded in 2010, Vantage Data Centers specializes in custom-built data centers with a “near-maniacal focus on efficiency, operational excellence, reliability, testing, and maintenance.” Their data halls with “variable resiliency”, involving less elaborate backup power infrastructure, provides a cost-effective solution for non-mission critical compute loads. With the backing of Digital Bridge, Vantage has continued to grow in the cloud provider market.
Headquarters: Santa Clara, CA
Vantage Data Centers has begun construction on its second major campus in Santa Clara, breaking ground on a 9-acre site on Mathew Street where it plans to build three data centers offering 69 megawatts of critical power.
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The Silicon Valley data center market is one of the largest and most important in the U.S. The region is facing a shortage of finished data center space due to a dwindling supply of development sites in key data center corridors. Download the new Data Center Frontier report, courtesy of Vantage Data Centers, that explores this market in detail.
Silicon Valley is one of the largest and most important data center markets. A new report from Data Center Frontier explores the market dynamics and supply and demand in Santa Clara and Silicon Valley.
Vantage Data Centers has lined up $1.1 billion in financing to build new data centers, using securitization financing, an approach that allows Vantage to pay lower interest rates on its debt.
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