Switch will develop a 1 million-square-foot Prime Data Center school in Atlanta, the business revealed Thursday.
The multibillion dollar Atlanta center will mark the business’s fourth Prime center and will act as the data hub for the southeastern United States.
Called The Keep, the Atlanta campus is predicted to grow to be a number of million square feet with two campus locations.
As the world’s only carrier-neutral company to style, construct and operate Tier IV Gold information centers, Switch’s Prime in Atlanta will bring the highest-rated information center to the Southeast, Change officials kept in mind in a release.
The company’s 3 other Prime places are in Las Vegas, where Switch is headquartered, which serves the Southwest; Tahoe-Reno, which serves the Northwest; and in Grand Rapids, Mich. which serves the Northeast.
Switch Prime areas are campus ecosystems that are more than 1 million square feet and can be as large as 8 million square feet.
Switch is working with Atlanta-area energy companies to make sure The Keep school will be powered using 100 percent green energy from brand-new, local, renewable resource resources.