T5 Data Center, a lifecycle data center partner, acquired a previously enterprise-owned data center located in the East Bay suburb of Newark, CA. The newly minted [email protected] Valley has an existing 128,000 SF building with 17 critical MW of power.
A total available power capacity up to 50 MW
T5 aims to develop an additional 32.1 MW, 180,000 SF building on the site. With this addition, it will reach a total available power capacity to 49.1 MW to meet the growing needs of hyper-scale cloud customers.
T5’s President and CEO Pete Marin, talked about the acquisition, saying,
“We’re excited to bring T5’s lifecycle solutions to one of the top data center markets in the country. Not only will our new facility showcase our best-in-class development solutions, but this facility also gives T5 a solid position in one of the most supply-constrained data center markets in the U.S.”
As a partner of the PG&E Direct Access program, [email protected] Valley provides customers with aggressive power rates comparable to Silicon Valley Power and high reliability. Additionally, [email protected] Valley features flexible data hall density to support variable loads, renewable solar solutions and high-efficiency N+1 mechanical cooling support to minimize water and energy consumption.
“With the addition of Silicon Valley, T5 is better positioned to provide best-in-class data center lifecycle solutions to our growing portfolio of customers across the country,” according to David Horowitz, Executive Vice President of Sales.