Multi-cloud services provider Expedient, has today announced the opening of its new data center in Phoenix, Arizona, targeting the rise in clients’ demand across western United States.

The new 45,000 square foot data center offers a power capacity of 2.4MW with the ability to house 17,000 physical servers, expanding its portfolio of colocation, public, private, or multi-cloud services. With the opening of this facility Expedient now boasts of operating data center location in the United States and plans to open more sites through 2022.

“We’re continuing to build out new data center locations in under-serviced markets to meet growing customer demand,” said Bryan Smith, Senior VP & Chief Strategy Officer at Expedient.

“This is all part of our Cloud Different approach, which enables clients to migrate to the cloud on their terms. We’re setting ourselves apart by offering a complete portfolio of services that are designed to get workloads and applications running on the right infrastructure from the start. This latest data center in Phoenix is just the beginning of our expansion plans.”

“Expedient’s investment helps meet the needs of Greater Phoenix’s thriving and expansive business ecosystem with multi-cloud solutions. We congratulate Expedient on the opening of its latest data center in Phoenix and the company’s continued growth within the region,” said Chris Camacho, President and CEO of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council.

The opening of the new Phoenix Tier 3 data center is coming about two weeks after the company announced the opening of a new data center in the City of Franklin, Wisconsin, precisely located in Milwaukee County.

With the intention of meeting its customer demands for cloud-based, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offerings in the central United States, the Wisconsin data center delivers a critical power capacity of 1.2MW through the 8,500 square foot facility that can house more than 8,000 physical servers.