T5 Data Centers, a colocation provider with data center facilities in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Dallas, Charlotte, and new projects announced in Portland, New York, and Colorado, has commenced interior build-out of the 70,000 square-foot Texas4 stand-alone colocation facility housed inside the [email protected] wholesale data center campus, a purpose-built, 315,000 square-foot building in Plano, Texas.
The [email protected] campus has a “data center-in-a-data center” design. The facility currently houses four independent data centers named Texas1, Texas2, Texas3, and Texas4, with plans for additional expansion. There is no shared infrastructure between the four colocation facilities, so T5 Data Centers’ clients have complete control of their data environment, including redundant, dedicated primary utility feeds, and dedicated electrical and mechanical plants for each data center.
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Texas4 is the remaining data center, available soon with 40,000 square feet of raised floor space and 4.5 MW of critical power available, expandable to 6.0 MW. The entire [email protected] facility is LEED-Silver Certified and built to withstand winds up to 221 miles per hour. It has dual primary power feeds connected to two separate substations, and is concurrently maintainable (mechanically and electrically) and fault tolerant (electrically).
[email protected] is one of seven T5 data center locations situated at strategic locations across the United States. Each colocation facility is purpose-built and customers have total control of their dedicated data hall. T5 Data Centers’ Critical Facility Operations Team provides support from design and construction through commissioning, and beyond.