Data center developer and operator, STACK Infrastructure, has announced the expansion of its flagship campus in Hillsboro, a suburb of Portland, Oregon, through the acquisition of additional land that brings the campus footprint to a total of 50 acres.

With the expansion of the campus land, STACK plans to increase its total available and in-development capacity in Hillsboro to over 230MW.

“As one of the first data center developers in Hillsboro, STACK is dedicated to swift, strategic development to continuously address the demand for available capacity in this rapidly expanding region. Our commitment to deliver 200MW on this campus builds on our significant investment in the market,” said Brian Cox, Chief Executive Officer of STACK Americas.

Located in Hillsboro adjacent to PGE’s Shute Substation, the campus features direct access to extensive fiber, benefits from Hillsboro’s Enterprise Zone and its property tax abatement policies, as well as implements sustainable power practices with the use of 100% renewable energy.

Also expanding its global footprint, STACK announced in June that its plan to expand into Australia through an initial opening of 3 data center locations including Melbourne, Canberra, and Perth. In line with this expansion plan, STACK established a new partnership with Hickory, an Australian commercial real estate developer, to drive the development of an Australian national data center platform for STACK.

STACK Infrastructure also recently announced its plans for the development of a new campus in Northern Virginia. As designed, the new campus will sit on a 34-acre site in Prince William County, having a full capacity of 84MW, and will comprise a minimum of two data center buildings spanning 602,000 square feet.

Earlier this year, the company announced it plans to develop a 36MW data center campus in Inzai, Japan. The new data center campus is designed to feature two buildings which will have 18MW capacity each, and offer separate access points, security and service operations. The facility will also be connected to regional substations powered by Tokyo Electric Power Company.