TRG Datacenters is beginning construction on Phase 2 of their Spring, Texas colocation data center. This expansion will allow for an additional 10,000 square feet of useable colocation space. This new development allows their colocation data center to now have a 2.25MW fault tolerant load, expanding to 10 Megawatts once the total data center campus of 10 acres is built.
“We will be using a bi-fuel option for backup power in our latest expansion,” said Chris Hinkle, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of TRG Datacenters. “This notable design variation for the next expansion allows for up to 15-20+ days of generator usage without any type of refueling.”
It is made possible by combining the use of both natural gas and diesel fuel or diesel exclusively, providing maximum flexibility. Bringing in multiple fuel supplies for backup power would solve for the range anxiety Houston suffers from. It would help TRG Datacenters position itself as a data center provider delivering these capabilities for clients that require extreme levels of reliability.
TRG Datacenters says it experienced significant revenue growth during 2020. The company offers a fault tolerant facility. Their fully managed colocation offering, Colo+, includes unlimited remote hands, physical migrations, including cabling and labeling.