Element Critical Austin

8025 N Interstate Hwy 35

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In 2021, Element Critical acquired the building from vXchnge.

In 2017, vXchnge acquired the property from Digital Realty Trust. vXchnge claimed the site can be expanded to a total of 26 MWs

  • Colocation facilities include secure cabinets
  • 100% power availability guarantee for redundant installations
  • Cloud and interconnectivity exchange point
  • 24x7x365 on-site skilled technicians
  • Operations service support center (OSSC)
  • Roof right access
  • Remote hands and Migration services
  • SSAE 18 Type II, SOC 2 Type II, ISO/IEC 27001:2013, HIPAA and PCI compliance
  • Secure, flexible scalable cold aisle containment (CAC) pods

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8025 N Interstate Hwy 35
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Sites within 15 miles of Element Critical Austin

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4.38 miles XO: 11501 Domain
5.43 miles HP Austin
Building 2 is a 180,000-square-foot that includes two rooms of 25,000 of raised floor. The facility is designed to allow ease of future expansion up to 200,000 square feet of raised floor in a two-level configuration adjacent to the central support core for a total of 600,000 gross square feet.
5.70 miles Flexential Austin
Flexential's Austin site is was previously branded under the ViaWest name.
5.82 miles American Tower: Austin
5.85 miles LOGIX Austin (1905 E 6th)
Recently acquired by LOGIX, the Alpheus site is east of Austin's central business district. Located on East 6th Street, it features a multiple carrier Internet backbone, dual backup power supplies
5.86 miles Lumen Austin 3 (500 Chicon)
7.67 miles DataBank Austin AUS1
7.80 miles XO: 2100 HWY 35
8.75 miles 7620 Metro - Digital Realty
The Digital facility is on 11.28 acres of land and features a 62,000-sq-ft building. The data center is full, with 100% of the space occupied with long-term lease tenants but there is additional land build another 135,000 sq ft facility.
8.83 miles CyrusOne Austin I
Also known as the Austin Met Center. CyrusOne has announced that this facility will close. Customers will be moved to other CyrusOne sites in Austin.
8.83 miles Data Foundry Austin 1 (ADC)
Operated since 2003. Austin 1 is located on the Southeast side of Austin, on Data Foundry’s Disaster Recovery Campus.
8.83 miles 7401 E Ben White - Digital Realty
7401 E. Ben White Blvd. is a three-building portfolio comprised of two single-story data centers and one single-story call center, which are located in southeast Austin.
8.93 miles LightEdge Austin Montopolis
OnRamp Staffs the site 24/7/365 Power Densities up to 30kW / Rack Outside of 100 year and 500 Year Flood Plains
8.94 miles Lumen Austin 4
8.99 miles 7500 Metro Center - Digital Realty
The building has 75,000 gross square feet with a 30-foot clearance height capable of supporting two floors inside the building. The site has diverse underground electrical ductbanks from a nearby substations. The facility offers access to seven fiber optic providers in close proximity to the building
9.46 miles CyrusOne Austin II
Supports 250 wpsf with the ability to support over 1,000 wpsf Raised Floor: 48"
9.59 miles Switch Austin "The Rock"
9.80 miles LightEdge Austin Burleson
The site was formerly operated by OnRamp before being acquired in July 2018.
9.97 miles Texas 2
9.97 miles Texas 1
9.98 miles Data Foundry Data Ranch Austin Campus
Built in 2011, Texas 1 resides on the Data Ranch. The 40-acre campus has plenty of expansion capability. The campus can grow to over 1 million sqft and 100 MW of power. The first phase of Data Foundry's Texas 2 site was opened in 2018.
10.16 miles Lumen Austin 1 (4207 Smith School)
10.43 miles Skybox Austin
10.46 miles Sabey Austin

Element Critical Austin Data Center Photos


Computer Room Air Conditioning Units line the Wall of the Colocation Room

Electrical Switch Room

Exterior Front of the building

Operating Company

Element Critical owns and operates data centers in Sunnyvale, California, and Northern Virginia. Central Colo was rebranded to Element Critical in 2017.

6 Facilities Owned
7 Markets Served
52.0 Megawatts
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