T5 has announced that it has acquired an enterprise data center in Newark, CA. The description matches an Apple data center near Fremont. It's a legacy site and Apple is continuing to build monster data center campuses, so it makes sense that the iPhone make would divest the property. The nea...
Region: Western Europe
|Current||Under Construction||Potential Expansion||Total at Full Buildout|
|Building SqFt:||322,917 (est)||1,463,892||1,786,809 (est)|
|Power (MW):||50.00 (est)||50.00 (est)|
The data center will be located next to one of Denmark’s largest electrical substations, which Apple said will help it eliminate the need for additional generators. The facility is designed to capture excess heat from equipment inside and conduct it into the district heating system to help warm homes in the neighboring community.
Apple has paid $ 23 million for the land through its subsidiary Oconee Limited, which is based in Ireland
There are an estimated six data center buildings in total. The first four facilities would be approximately 30,000 SqM each.