The Phoenix Data Centers Project is a smart grid project located in Phoenix, Arizona, US. The project was commissioned in 2019.
The Phoenix Data Centers Project was completed using smart grid as the technology category. It is an advanced grid infrastructure project with a rated capacity of 30MW. It is implemented in the data centre.
The Phoenix Data Centers Project has the following equipment associated with it:
- – Data Centers – 3 units
Phoenix Data Centers Project development status
The commissioning of Phoenix Data Centers Project was completed in 2019.
– Cyxtera offers two colocation facilities that combined boast over 140,000 square feet of space and are the most connected data centers in the market, offering access to over 20 network service providers and cloud on-ramps. – These enterprise-class data centers are engineered to meet the demands of more than 100 customers offering the highest levels of flexibility, connectivity, security and power. – Supported by Cyxtera’s 100% power uptime SLA on one of the most innovative data center platforms available, and offers access to both Baselayer® modules and traditional raised floor colocation options. – Its is covered in 145,000 sq/ft raised floor space and access to 30 MW of utility power – Phoenix is an ideal DR site for west coast operations, given its low risk for natural disaster and ease of access.
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