Huntsville Data Center Market

The Huntsville data center market is located in the state of Alabama within Americas. Huntsville has 4 facilities with 970,000 sqft and 112 megawatts.

The top providers in Huntsville are Teklinks (1 site) and DC BLOX with 1 facility. The most popular facilities are Simple Helix and TekLinks Huntsville.

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Data Centers in Huntsville

Name Company Gross SqFt Type
Simple Helix Simple Helix Carrier-Neutral
Facebook Huntsville Meta Hyperscale
DC BLOX Huntsville DC BLOX 9,000 Gross SqFt Carrier-Neutral

Largest Providers in Huntsville

Teklinks
Facilities: 1
Power: 0 MWs
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DC BLOX
Facilities: 1
Power: 10 MWs
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Simple Helix
Facilities: 1
Power: 2 MWs
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Meta
Facilities: 1
Power: 100 MWs
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Largest Data Centers in Huntsville

Location Total SqFt Gross SqFt Power (MW)
Facebook Huntsville 3,880,000 SqFt
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DC BLOX Huntsville 0 SqFt
9,000 SqFt
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Simple Helix 0 SqFt
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TekLinks Huntsville 0 SqFt
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Sites Under Construction in Huntsville

Location Building SqFt Gross SqFt Power (MW) Estimated Launch
Facebook Huntsville 970,000 SqFt ??? NN
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About This Metro

The TVA is a Good Reason to Bet on the Growth of the Huntsville Market:

Huntsville is a small, but up and coming data center market. Cheap power is what makes Huntsville attractive. Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) offers inexpensive utility power and with a good mix of renewable energy.

TVA's pricing has attracted the webscale providers. Both Google (Bridgeport in Jackson County) and Facebook (Huntsville) are building data centers to be completed by 2020. Colocation provider is also building in Huntsville that will be completed by the end of 2018.

City Overview:

The City of Huntsville is a regional center for research, engineering, and computing. According to the U.S. Census, the City has a population of 186,254 with 84,949 housing units and about 15,000 businesses.

Huntsville is primarily located in Madison County and also extends into Limestone County. It is the seat of Madison County government and is home to several higher education institutions, including the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) and Alabama A&M University.

Known as “Rocket City,” Huntsville has been home to NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) since 1960. MSFC provides NASA with mission-critical design, development and integration of the launch and space systems required for space operations, exploration, and scientific missions. Other large companies such as Mercedes-Benz, Boeing, Airbus, Honda and Hyundai all have found a home in Alabama.