World’s Largest Data Center
Switch, a global leader in data center design, super-scale cloud, unparalleled telecom gateways and energy sustainability, has opened a large colocation facility in the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center in Nevada. Hence, making it reach the top spot as the largest and the most advanced datacenter campus present in the world. Surrounded by a 20-foot concrete wall it is also known as – The Citadel Campus,
Switch TAHOE RENO Now Open: Largest, Most Advanced Data Center Campus in the World
Switch opens Tahoe Reno 1, “world’s largest” colo data center
A spotlight on some facts
- Location: Tahoe Reno Industrial Center
- Energy Source: 100% Renewable
- Type: Tier IV
- Size: 2000 Acre campus
- Data Center Space: 7.2 million sq.ft.
- Power Requirement: 650 megawatts (MW)
If the above is not enough to boggle your neurons, then here’s some more.
Switch is the only company with a 100-percent Clean Energy Index demonstrating Switch’s leadership in creating transparency and committing renewable source of power procurement.
According to Switch their pricing will be unmatched –
TIER IV COLOCATION AT PRICES THAT BEAT OUR COMPETITORS’ TIER II PRICING 100% OF THE TIME
Switch’s data center is fitted with most advanced security features. The connectivity is backed by a 500-mile, multi-terabyte fiber optic network-the Superloop system to San Francisco and Los Angeles as well as the company’s 2.5 MN. sq.ft. of data center space situated in Las Vegas with 10Gbps circuits at less than 4ms latency. The facility’s power source is backed by a tri-redundant UPS system and has the potential of up to 42kW of power per cabinet. With such a huge facility and technologically advanced systems,
Switch SuperNAP is now an apex predator of the Datacenter universe.
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