T5 Data Centers has acquired a previously enterprise-owned data center located in Newark, California. The newly minted T5@Silicon Valley currently features an existing 128,000 square feet building with 17 critical MW of power. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
The newly acquired facility was previously owned by a Fortune 100 enterprise. To meet the growing needs of hyperscale cloud customers, T5 Data Centers will develop an additional 32.1 MW, 180,000 SF building on the site. It’ll bring the total available campus power capacity to 49.1 MW.
“We’re excited to bring T5’s lifecycle solutions to one of the top data center markets in the country,” said Pete Marin, President and CEO of T5 Data Centers. “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.”
Data Center Footprint
Located in the East Bay suburb of Newark, CA, T5@Silicon Valley would take advantage of the PG&E Direct Access program that provides customers with “aggressive power rates and high reliability.” In addition to an almost 50 MW power capacity, T5@Silicon 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.
In locations beyond Silicon Valley, T5 Data Centers continues to expand its footprint throughout the country’s top data center markets. It includes new hyperscale and enterprise projects currently under construction in Chicago, Portland and Atlanta, and existing facilities in Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Cleveland and Cincinnati.
“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,” said David Horowitz, Executive Vice President of Sales, T5 Data Centers.
Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, T5 provides comprehensive data center services. It ranges from development and “mission-critical” construction to leasing, outsourced facility management and IT data hall operations – for organizations across North America and Europe.