Prime Data Center announced that its new four-story data center is located in Santa Clara, California. The company stated that it will begin the construction of the data center in 2020 and it will be ready to accept tenants in late 2021. The facility is carrier-neutral and it is located at the center of various major fiber routes. The facility will be able to deliver up to 9 MW of IT power.
Ultra-low latency workloads
With its proximity to the Bay Area, the facility will be able to meet the customer’s demand for ultra-low latency workloads and deliver content closer to the edge. The facility also offers private and shared office space, secure staging and storage adjacent to a loading dock, and ample on-site parking. The new property complements existing Prime Data Centers facilities located across California, including Prime’s Sacramento Campus in McClellan Park, CA, and a fully-leased facility in Hayward, CA. Nicholas Laag, CEO, Prime Data Centers, said,
“We are excited to develop this new facility in Santa Clara, one of the most sought-after data center locations in the world. Prime Data Centers is breaking ground at this location so that we can continue to offer the most strategic and advantageous wholesale data center leasing in California.”
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