HONG KONG (Reuters) - UK-based data center operator Global Switch has chosen CLSA, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan as sponsors for its Hong Kong initial public offering (IPO) of up to $1 billion, two people with direct knowledge of the matter said on Friday. Founded in 1998 and owned by Britain’s ...
Company: Global Switch
Region: Western Europe
Total Power: 14.4 Megawatts
Ownership: Global Switch owns the building.
Global Switch Madrid is located close to the financial district and city centre. Importantly, it is to be found in ‘Silicon Alley Madrid’, an area known for its high concentration of internet and technology companies and which has the highest per capita connectivity in Spain, with a large number of fibre optic networks available.
- Exceeds Tier III operational performance
- 21,922 sq m of gross space
- 3 data floors
- Flexible IT space with the ability to create bespoke environments as required
- Reinforced concrete frame with reinforced concrete floors, metal faced cladding and glazing
- 3.7m slab to slab height
- Raised floor height of 800mm
- Minimum from raised floor: typical 3m clear height to underside of deepest beam
- Floor loading of 9kN/m2 for technical areas.
- 1 goods lift (2.5 tonnes), 1 passenger lift
- 15kV utility supply with N+N redundancy
- Utility power supply capacity of 18MVA (current)
- Technical (IT) power supplied by on-site 2N static UPSMechanical systems backed up by standby generator system with N+1 redundancy
- Fully diverse power distribution to technical areas
- On-site fuel storage to support 24 hours at full capacity with 24x7x365 fuel delivery
- Offering 1,000 W/m2 as standard, with higher power density solutions fully supported