H5 has announced a customer expansion at its Cleveland Data Center. NewCloud Networks, a Denver based cloud services provider, has chosen the H5 facility to expand its Cleveland presence. The building, previously known as the Cleveland Technology Center, has changed hands a few times over th...
Company: H5 Data Centers
Country: United States
Region: North America
Short Code: CTC
Gross SqFt: 64,000
Usable SqFt: 26,000
Total Power: 3.6 Megawatts
In January 2017, H5 acquired the building from ByteGrid.
- Building Name: Cleveland Technology Center (CTC)
- Utility Power Feeds: Dual path (2) diverse substations. 20MVA Utility feed
- Parking: 120+ spaces
- Number of Stories: Four (4)
- Loading Docks: Two (2) Covered loading dock bays. No lift gate required.
- Freight Elevator 15,000 lbs capacity
- Raised Floor Area: 30,000 ft2 in Phase 1 (expandable to 90,000 ft2)
- Number of Computer Rooms: One (1)
- Raised Floor Height: 30 in.
- Raised Floor to Ceiling Height: 9.5 ft
- Slab to Slab: 14 ft
- Meeting Space: Two (2) conference rooms, plus shared hoteling space
- Staging: Three (3) 400 SF Staging rooms
- Burn-in: One (1) shared burn-in room
- Office: Open dedicated office space available to lease
- Storage: Open dedicated storage space available to lease
- Description: Four (4) 2.4 MW Generators (each expansion phase)
- Generator Redundancy: N+1
- Storage Tanks: Two (2) 15,000 Gallons fuel tanks for 48hr runtime (each expansion phase)
- PDU Description: 300kVA dual input MGE PDU
- Description: Chilled Water System with air side economizer
- Configuration: N+
- Drycoolers: Leibert
- Chillers: McQuay 400 T Chilled Water Units with VFD and pumps
- CRAHs: Schneider Electric with 20% redundancy
- SSAE16 SOC1 Type 2
Armstrong, AT&T, Broadvox, CenturyLink, Cogent, FirstEnergy Fiber, OneCommunity, KDL, Level 3, Sting Communications, Time Warner Cable, Verizon, Windstream, Western Reserve Fiber, XO Communications and Zayo
June 2015 Expansion:
In 2015, ByteGrid commissioned 45,000 square feet of new data center space and 4 megawatts of power in a technology center in downtown Cleveland.
ByteGrid acquired the Cleveland Technology Center in 2013, following news it had secured a $100 million credit facility. The CTC is a 330,000-square-foot data center property sitting atop one of the larger fiber points of presence sites in Ohio. Acting as a carrier hotel in the region, the CTC was half leased at the time of acquisition. [Source: DCK]