Sacramento Data Center

1100 North Market Boulevard
Sacramento, California 95834

The perfect alternative to expensive power and natural disaster risk of nearby Silicon Valley

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Data Center Features
Building Specifications

 


Specs
  • 92,644 sqft of total current space
  • Zone 4 standard steel beam 'super support' system, importance factor of 1.5
  • Leasable office space available for customers


Power


Specs
  • 6MW total campus critical power capacity
  • Dedicated, on-site substation
  • Configuration options: N+1, N+2, 2N
Connectivity


Specs & Solutions
  • On-Net Carriers: 9
  • QTS internetConnect
  • QTS crossconnects
Sustainability


Green Data Center Specs
  • Energy Star Certified Building
  • Water conservation initiatives including well water usage
  • The facility utilizes free cooling and water-side economizers

Building Specifications

 


Specs
  • 92,644 sqft of total current space
  • Zone 4 standard steel beam 'super support' system, importance factor of 1.5
  • Leasable office space available for customers


Power


Specs
  • 6MW total campus critical power capacity
  • Dedicated, on-site substation
  • Configuration options: N+1, N+2, 2N

Connectivity


Specs & Solutions
  • On-Net Carriers: 9
  • QTS internetConnect
  • QTS crossconnects

Sustainability


Green Data Center Specs
  • Energy Star Certified Building
  • Water conservation initiatives including well water usage
  • The facility utilizes free cooling and water-side economizers
Data Center Features
  • Building Specifications
  • Power
  • Connectivity
  • Sustainability
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Sacramento Data Center

Only half a mile from I-80 and 2 miles from the I-5 highway. One hour and 30 minutes from San Fransisco and two hours from Silicon Valley.

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