STACK INFRASTRUCTURE has announced the opening of its latest hyperscale data center facility in Silicon Valley (SVY02), which adds 32MW of capacity to one of the world’s major and capacity constrained data center regions.
This new data center is located next to STACK’s present Silicon Valley Campus’s SVY01 building. STACK expands on its current base with the introduction of SVY02 to enable its clients fulfill their demands in Silicon Valley.
“STACK has proven its ability to navigate the development and supply chain challenges of today in order to promptly deliver the data center of tomorrow in one of the most important technology markets in the world,” said Matt VanderZanden, Chief Strategy Officer at STACK INFRASTRUCTURE. “Our ability to successfully partner with a variety of local Silicon Valley stakeholders has reaffirmed STACK’s tradition of development excellence. With planned future phases of our Silicon Valley campus, we look forward to continuing to address our clients’ needs and energizing the local economy.”
3-Story, 240,000 Sq. Ft. Building
To realize its SVY02 vision, STACK collaborated closely with local stakeholders such as the City of San Jose and PG&E. On PG&E’s Direct Access program, this 3-story, 240,000-square-foot building with 32MW of capacity was delivered turnkey and powered entirely by renewable energy.
The new structure adheres to STACK’s Basis of Design, which incorporates industry-best standards in design, security, and operational efficiency. STACK has also facilitated the employment of hundreds of people throughout the duration of the project, with approximately 500,000 person-hours invested on construction.
This is STACK’s second data center project in as many months, after the opening of a 227,000 square foot data center in Manassas, Virginia in August. In addition, STACK’s newest 24MW data center in Portland, Oregon (POR03) will be operational in Q4 2021.
STACK also offers several other opportunities for co-located IT infrastructure growth in key regions throughout the United States, including:
- In cooperation with the Peterson Companies, a 125-acre hyperscale data center facility with 250MW of potential critical capacity will be built in Prince William County, Virginia
- In collaboration with Hillwood, a 400-acre hyperscale data center facility with 400MW potential critical capacity will be built in AllianceTexas, a master-planned community in Fort Worth, Texas
- A 42MW data center complex in New Albany, Ohio, with rapid expansion and build-to-suit options
- A 79-acre hyperscale data center facility with 150MW of critical capacity in Avondale, Arizona
- A 19-acre data center facility in Toronto, Canada, with 8MW of capacity ready in Q3 2022 and a total of 48MW expected to be available in stages beginning in 2023
- A 30-acre data center facility in Portland, Oregon, with immediate shell and commissioned capacity and 84MW in future stages