Unique flexibility to host power-intensive liquid-cooled racks of 300kW+ density along with more traditional air-cooled servers in the same environment. Concrete floors built for very high loads.
Next-generation waste-heat energy recovery and reuse system for various initiatives including greenhouses. In close proximity to agricultural land dedicated to leveraging excess heat from Q01 operations.
Total building space: ~930,000 sq. ft.
Concrete floors with high load per sq. ft.
White space: ~39,000 sq. ft. per phase, total ~313,000 sq. ft.
Flexible, adaptable data room space; dedicated suites available
Modular design for rapid customization and deployment
Tier 3 compliant design
99.5% clean and renewable energy
Medium voltage internal power distribution (2N redundancy)
Low and predictable electricity rates
Industrial grade medium voltage UPS systems
Reliable and robust electrical grid
240/415V circuits to cabinet
96 MW of protected customer IT load
Full free cooling for up to 80% of the year due to cold climate
Committed to a PUE of 1.2 or better
Water cooling system to the cabinet
Fully customizable air and liquid IT cooling solutions
Liquid cooling over 300 kW per rack
24/7/365 physical security monitoring
On-site security staff 24/7/365
State-of-the-art access control system
Video monitoring with HD security cameras and archives
Multiple entry points
Direct access to low latency, reliable and redundant telecom networks to major hubs in North America and Europe
Office space available with customer lounge area and free parking
Dedicated storage area available
24/7 Smart Hands & Eyes for technical assistance needs
EV charging stations
Shipping and receiving areas with multiple loading docks
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We can help meet the growing computing needs of global companies while enabling them to achieve their ESG objectives.
The world’s exponentially growing needs for computing can be met without polluting the planet.
A reliable telecommunications fiber optic network spanning hundreds of thousands of kilometers.