Vantage Data Centers announces completion of its V6 data center, delivering 9MW of new data center capacity
SANTA CLARA, CA – October 19th, 2017 Vantage Data Centers, a leading provider of data center solutions in support of mission critical applications, announced the completion of its latest data center in Santa Clara. The newly constructed V6 data center brings 9MW of capacity to the constrained Silicon Valley data center market.
“Vantage remains deeply committed to the Silicon Valley data center market,” said Vantage President and CEO, Sureel Choksi. “We are pleased to bring 9MW of new data center capacity to the Silicon Valley market in support of our customers’ growth, less than twelve months after breaking ground.”
The state-of-the-art V6 facility features 9MW over two floors with 2N redundancy. The V6 building adds to the existing Santa Clara campus and brings the total critical IT load of the campus to 60MW. Initial customers have already begun fit-out and deployment in the facility.
In addition to completing V6, Vantage is also well underway with its sixth building on the existing Santa Clara campus. The V5 data center will bring 15MW of new capacity to the campus, and will span four floors in the center of the campus. The steel structure is complete on this new facility, which is scheduled for delivery in the mid-2018.
About Vantage Data Centers
Vantage is a leader in highly scalable, flexible and efficient data center solutions offering unique value through its commitment to exceptional customer service. The company operates large-scale data center campuses in Silicon Valley, California, and Quincy, Washington, and is developing a new campus in Ashburn, Virginia. Vantage offers industry leading data center design solutions engineered to meet the unique requirements of enterprises, technology companies and service providers. Vantage’s first Silicon Valley campus includes five data centers totaling 60 megawatts (MW) of critical IT load, with an additional 15MW of expansion capacity under construction. In addition, Vantage is developing a second Vantage Silicon Valley campus offering an additional 69MW of capacity. Vantage also operates a 6MW data center in Quincy, Washington with capacity to add four additional data centers to the campus. The company has also initiated development of a new 108MW campus in Northern Virginia.
For more information, visit www.vantagedatacenters.com
Steve Lim, Vantage Data Centers