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TWO CAMPUSES. FIVE DATA CENTERS.
MASSIVE POWER. MASSIVE POTENTIAL.
EVEN MORE COMING SOON.

Our campuses are strategically located for proximity and low cost. Then, we offer the advanced systems and on-site support to maintain, secure, and test all facilities and infrastructures—expertly.

SANTA CLARA, CA

Our Santa Clara campus currently offers four data centers, totaling 51 MW of critical IT load, and we’re in the process of building two more, for an additional 24 MW capacity. On top of that, we’ve also secured land for a second standalone campus that will add 69 MW of new capacity—bringing our total expandable capacity to 144 MW across both campuses.

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Our enterprise business campus has four data center buildings on 18 acres, right in the heart of Silicon Valley. We’re also in the process of adding two new buildings, V6 and V5, online in 2017 and 2018, respectively.

Santa Clara Campus I (operational)

  • 18-acre campus
  • 335,000+ sq. ft. of data center space
  • Two (2) 50 MW dedicated substations on-site
  • 45 MW of critical IT load (operational)
  • 75 MW of critical IT load (potential)
  • Largest LEED Platinum Certified data center campus in North America
  • SOC 2 Compliant
  • ISO 27001 Compliant
  • Seismic Importance Factor of 1.5
  • Industry-leading PUEs
  • Class-A amenities, including premier office space, conference rooms, and facilities
  • Several new facilities under development:
    • 6 MW scheduled for fall 2016 completion
    • 9 MW scheduled for summer 2017 completion
    • 15 MW scheduled for 2018 completion

    V6 Facilities Data Sheet

Our all-new second campus will house 69 MW across four multi-story data center facilities, less than two miles from our current campus.

Santa Clara Campus II (under development)

  • 9-acre campus (less than 2 miles from SC I)
  • Four (4) four-story data centers
  • Three (3) 50 MW sub-stations
  • 270,000+ sq. ft. of data center space
  • 69 MW of critical IT load
  • Seismic Importance Factor of 1.5
  • Class-A amenities, including premier office space, conference rooms, and facilities

QUINCY, WA

Vantage operates a 6 MW data center in Quincy that’s expandable to 9 MW. The 68-acre campus has capacity today for four additional data centers. Quincy benefits from the lowest power rates in the country, and Washington’s tax breaks make this one of the lowest-cost regions to run a data center.

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With 68 acres, there’s enough land and power to build four more data centers.

  • 400,000+ sq. ft. potential
  • 6 MW of critical IT load operational
  • 55 MW of critical IT load potential
  • Hydropower offers the lowest TCO in the US
  • Washington state tax incentives further reduce TCO

INSIDE OUR WALLS

ELECTRICAL SUPPORT

Our campuses are strategically located for close proximity and low cost. Our data centers feature the advanced systems and on-site support to expertly test, secure, and maintain your infrastructure. Together, they ensure we can always keep up with your needs.

TESTING

We’ve developed best practices to ensure that all equipment in your facility (HVAC, power, backup equipment, PDUs, and batteries) is continually tested and monitored and that any potential issues are spotted quickly.

SECURITY

We follow a multi-tiered approach to both physical and electronic security systems, including industry-leading security management, 24-hour on-site security patrols, a Visitor Management System, access badges, dual authentication, and video monitoring.

BMS

With our trackable and fully redundant Building Management Systems, your operational data from critical/infrastructure support equipment is monitored through a virtual server environment and made available to you through a customer portal.

COOLING

The central plant includes water-cooled centrifugal chillers and maintains N+1 redundancy for each critical component, including chillers, cooling towers, and pumps. Compliant with the ASHRAE-allowable envelope.

FIRE SUPPRESSION

All spaces are secured by automatic fire suppression and smoke detection systems, including individual dry pipe pre-action zones in critical spaces and wet pipe systems in non-critical areas.