Serverfarm Boosts Power Capacity at its LON1 Data Center

In response to significant client demand, international data center colocation provider Serverfarm is adding an additional 8MW of highly efficient IT capacity to its carrier-neutral LON1 data center.

Serverfarm has operated its LON1 data center since March 2018 in Feltham, a location that would benefit from its proximity to Slough, Hayes, Hounslow and Park Royal as well as solid connectivity to all major cloud platforms.

“We will have 3MW of new power capacity available in the next four months, with more to come in 2023,” said Arun Shenoy, Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) at Serverfarm. “And in true Serverfarm sustainability fashion, by building additional data center power capacity without the construction of new facilities, we are avoiding the use of unnecessary concrete, steel or glass.”

Arun Shenoy, CMO at Serverfarm
“We will have 3MW of new power capacity available in the next four months, with more to come in 2023,” said Arun Shenoy, CMO at Serverfarm.

The three-story LON1 data center, which has won three awards, has nine halls and a 20MVA power and cooling capacity. With an annualized Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) design of less than 1.25, the data center is intended to be concurrently maintainable. The facility can support densities up to 40kW/rack and is a member of the NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Center initiative.

The data center has robust fiber access to data center clusters in Slough and London Docklands, as well as direct network links to major cloud providers such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Additionally, LON1 provides the complete line of Serverfarm’s InCommand Services, which include fully managed asset, capacity, and change management services.

Serverfarm – Sustainability Efforts

In order to help the UK become net-zero by 2050, Serverfarm is a signatory to the Climate Neutral Data Center Pact.

Serverfarm acquires existing facilities for modernization through sustainable infrastructure upgrades and green energy transition. With more than 750 locations currently managed across more than 45 countries, the company has solidly established its InCommand Services as the global leader in Data Center Management as a Service (DMaaS). The data center colocation provider has been expanding quickly throughout Europe, the Middle East, the United States, and Canada.