Hyperscale data center and digital infrastructure solutions provider STACK Infrastructure, has just announced a new campus in Ashburn, Northern Virginia which is planned to deliver a total power capacity of 216MW across 3 data center buildings.

This announcement is coming about two months after STACK commenced the expansion of its campus in Prince William County which include the second phase development that will deliver an additional 36MW of critical power capacity to the campus, bringing the whole campus capacity to 72MW and set to open in Q4 2022.

“STACK’s forward development in the most challenging markets is our differentiator. Our clients seek speed, scale, quality, and partnership. This new flagship campus exemplifies that. I am proud that our development team was able to deploy its expertise while building strong relationships to deliver the on-demand capacity, in key locations, that top technology innovators need,” said Brian Cox, Chief Executive Officer of STACK.

The new Ashburn campus will sit on STACK’s 80-acre Loudoun site which is expected to offer scalability with the three planned data center buildings, spanning about 1 million square feet in total. The company further stated that the campus will be powered by 100% renewable energy and served by STACK’s utility partner, Dominion.

“STACK’s development team continues to leverage its relationships with utilities, local authorities, and developer partners to establish a strong, scalable presence in critical markets like Northern Virginia, despite land and power scarcity. Dedication to our clients has driven STACK to secure campus-scale sites and electrical interconnections to allow hyperscalers and enterprises continuous expansion in key markets,” said Tim Hughes, Vice President of Strategy and Development at STACK.

STACK also recently announced the opening of its latest data center facility in Silicon Valley. Codenamed SVY02, the new 3-story data center facility spans 240,000 square feet in total with the capacity to deliver 32MW of IT power and located adjacent to the company’s existing SVY01 facility at its current Silicon Valley Campus.