RagingWire Data Centers, a colocation provider with over 830,000 square feet of data center infrastructure in Northern California and Ashburn, Virginia, is making available for sales the final phase of its VA1 data center in Ashburn Virginia. This new phase contains 39,000 square feet of data center floor space.
The 150,000 square foot VA1 data center, known as “The Bolt” because of its unique lightning bolt shape, has a total of five vaults and offers 14.4MW of critical IT power, 7,500 square feet of customer office and amenity space, massive carrier neutral telecommunications capacity, and extensive physical security systems.
The new phase contains 39,000 square feet of data center floor space comprised of 3 PODs known as Vault 3, Vault 4, and Vault 5. These vaults are approximately 35% pre-sold, reflecting strong demand for RagingWire’s high-density power colocation solutions.
The Nexcenter brand
The new RagingWire vaults were designed to support large-scale, enterprise-grade computing. Each vault has 13,000 square feet of high-density raised floor space and 2.7MW of critical IT power. Vault 3 and Vault 4 are now available and ready for turn-key or build-to-suit data center solutions. Vault 5 has been sold to a large global information technology company. The 18,000 square foot Vault 1 and the 13,000 square foot Vault 2, which were previously announced, are sold out.
The data center design of RagingWire’s VA1 colocation facility features the company’s patented 2N+2 architecture that would deliver 100% availability of high-density power even during a utility outage. As an NTT Communications group company, RagingWire is affiliated with the global network of 150 data centers under the Nexcenter brand operated by NTT Communications.