A perspective of stage one of the Phoenix ONE server farm before its opening in June. Development on stage two is presently in progress.
I/o Data Centers said today that the 180,000 square foot initially period of its Phoenix ONE server farm, which opened in June, is “rapidly achieving full inhabitance.” The organization said it has started development on stage two of the enormous office, refering to solid interest for its colocation and discount server farm space.
“Deals movement has been extraordinary,” says George Slessman, CEO of I/o Data Centers. “We are to a great degree satisfied with the request we have seen up until this point. Our choice to bring extra stock on the web and start development of Phase Two comes just about two years in front of timetable.”
As a major aspect of the development, I/o Data Centers is additionally expanding the limit of its on location control substation to 123 MVA. “This will give us extra adaptability to bring another 20 megawatts of UPS on the web and keep on meeting the necessities of our clients” said Slessman.
I/o Data Centers’ stage two development anticipate Phoenix ONE incorporates 180,000 square feet of raised floor, 20 MW of UPS and 36 MW of generator reinforcement. This will bring the office’s aggregate ability to 360,000 square feet of raised floor, 40 MW of completely excess UPS and 72 MW of reinforcement control age. Phoenix ONE contains more than 57 miles of system cabling and Type I access to more than twelve broadcast communications bearers.
For more data, look at our past scope of Phoenix ONE, including a photograph voyage through the 538,000 square foot building.