POWERED BY 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY
Hyperscale data center and digital infrastructure solutions provider Stack Infrastructure, has just 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 Stack Infrastructure’s existing SVY01 facility at its current Silicon Valley Campus.
“STACK has proven its ability to navigate the development and supply chain challenges of today in order to promptly deliver the data center of tomorrow in one of the most important technology markets in the world,” said Matt VanderZanden, Chief Strategy Officer of Stack Infrastructure.
“Our ability to successfully partner with a variety of local Silicon Valley stakeholders has reaffirmed STACK’s tradition of development excellence. With planned future phases of our Silicon Valley campus, we look forward to continuing to address our clients’ needs and energizing the local economy.”
To deliver and power the new facility with 100% renewable energy, Stack partnered with local stakeholders, including the City of San Jose and PG&E (using PG&E’s Direct Access program for power supply).
Furthermore, Stack announced that its newest data center development in Portland, Oregon (POR03) will be commissioned in Q4 2021.
Located at 4735 NE Starr Blvd in Hillsboro, POR03 groundbreaking was done in October 2020 and the facility is expected to include an initial 24MW data center building which upon full development, is planned to offer a total critical load capacity of 84MW. As announced, this facility will be supplied power by Portland General Electric through a new 34.5kV substation which is sited about quarter-mile from the campus.
Stepping out of the US, Stack Infrastructure announced in May 2021 that it will develop a 56MW data center campus in Toronto, Ontario. This project is the company’s first international expansion which is to be developed in a partnership with First Gulf, a Canadian development and construction company, having a plan to open the facility in mid-2022.