The Los Angeles Data Centers Project is a smart grid project located in Los Angeles, California, US.
The Los Angeles Data Centers Project was completed using smart grid as the technology category. It is an advanced grid infrastructure project with a rated capacity of 29.5MW. It is implemented in the data centre.
The Los Angeles Data Centers Project has the following equipment associated with it:
- – Data Centers – 3 units
– El Segundo Data Center Campus LAX1 is located just minutes from LAX, our two-story Energy Star certified Los Angeles data center provides network diverse connectivity, rigorous critical systems infrastructure and multi-tier security.
– Burbank Data Center Campus LAX2 is located in the media and entertainment capital of the world, our two-story Burbank facility is located near Bob Hope Airport, just 11 minutes from Burbank and 25 minutes from central Los Angeles.
– Irvine Data Center Campus LAX3 is located just minutes from John Wayne International Airport, our single-story Energy Star rated and Uptime Institute Tier III certified Irvine campus provides carrier neutral connectivity, rigorous critical systems infrastructure and multi-tier security.
– Three buildings totaling 206,402 sq/ft raised floor space and access to 29.5 MW of utility power
– 3 facilities from Burbank to Irvine provide in-region site diversity ideal for deploying active/active highly available workloads.
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