Novva Data Centers has today announced the opening of its flagship data center facility in Salt Lake City, Utah. Housed in the company’s 100-acre Utah campus, the new facility is expected to initially support up to 30MW of workload capacity with 330,000 square feet of data center space.

According to Novva, the opening of the new Utah data center will be celebrated with a Ribbon Cutting ceremony and reception on September 21st, few days from now. The company also looks forward to developing the campus into full capacity across four phases, offering 180MW over 1.5 million square feet of space with plans to invest over $1 billion on the campus.

“We are thrilled for clients, industry leaders and friends to see the fruits of our labor, showcasing the beauty that our home in Utah has to offer. Between Utah’s five national parks, mountains, powder skiing, the campus’ unbelievable surroundings and amenities, we’re confident people will enjoy visiting,” said Wes Swenson, CEO of Novva Data Centers.

“Respect for everyone is paramount at Novva. We want people to feel like royalty when they visit. I’m lucky because I have a team of people who share the same passion as I do. We’re confident people’s experience at this new data center will show people who we are and what we’re all about.”

As announced, the Utah data center facility uses a waterless cooling system combining surrounding air, heat exchange coils and refrigerant for warm periods to keep the data center cool. The facility security gadgets also include a robot dog, digital drone equipped with 4K live video, infrared, and night vision.

Two weeks ago, Novva announced its acquisition of a 37 acre campus in Colorado which houses a 190,000 square foot tier III data center facility as well as an industrial building. Located in Colorado Springs, the newly acquired data center on the property has a designed power capacity of 6MW.