Wyoming Hyperscale Selects UPSTACK on Pre-Launch of Its Data Center

UPSTACK, a fast-growing platform aiming to revolutionize how organizations design and select Internet infrastructure solutions, has announced a strategic relationship with U.S. sustainable data center provider Wyoming Hyperscale White Box. Wyoming Hyperscale will use UPSTACK as their strategic partner because of their advisors’ extensive data center experience and unrivaled reputations for providing reliable advice to data center solution decision makers.

Photo James Caulfield, Partner and Managing Director at UPSTACK
“Simply put, Wyoming Hyperscale’s approach to data centers hasn’t been done before. The amount of computing power in a smaller footprint is simply amazing,” said James Caulfield, Partner and Managing Director at UPSTACK.

UPSTACK advisers and clients would benefit from early access to secure space in Wyoming Hyperscale’s ground-breaking data center cluster, which is located on 58 acres on the north ridgeline of Aspen Mountain, 11 miles southeast of Evanston, Wyoming.

The new data center is currently under development, with commissioning planned in the fourth quarter of 2022.

“We’ve tapped the industry’s pre-eminent experts in every field to help us realize our goal to create the most sustainable high-density data center,” said Trenton Thornock, Founder and Managing Member of Wyoming Hyperscale. “We chose UPSTACK as our strategic partner because of their advisors’ vast data center expertise and unmatched reputations for delivering trusted guidance to data center solution decision makers.”

Sustainable Data Center Operations

Wyoming Hyperscale is housed on a small piece of the Thornock family’s vast property holdings. The property is positioned in a cool environment in the country’s center, atop several fiber-optic long-haul network connections and next to solar, wind, and future advanced nuclear power facilities, as well as diversified natural gas storage and various high-pressure gas transmission lines.

In addition, the corporation has made investments in environmentally friendly technologies and processes, such as:

  • Submer’s liquid immersion cooling system reduces power usage by 50 percent, improves cooling power efficiency by 95 percent, and uses no water
  • Wind farm generating switchgear is used to power facilities directly
  • The Thornock family owns and operates an adjacent indoor farm, and they are harvesting compute heat for them
  • Installing uninterruptible power supply (UPS) using nickel-zinc batteries for backup energy storage

“Simply put, Wyoming Hyperscale’s approach to data centers hasn’t been done before. The amount of computing power in a smaller footprint is simply amazing,” said James Caulfield, Partner and Managing Director at UPSTACK. “We’re excited to introduce customers to the data center of the future – today – while also benefiting the environment and helping businesses execute against their corporate ESG initiatives.”

To sum, up, Wyoming Hyperscale offers its data center clients the following:

  • 80kW average rack density, 100kW maximum rack density
  • N+1 UPS redundancy
  • 10MW vaults available for retail and wholesale implementation
  • Dedicated on-site substation with 120MW design capacity
  • Remote hands
  • 24/7 security
  • Implementation solutions
  • Multicarrier Internet backbone connectivity on five diverse laterals