Internap Phoenix 2500 W Frye Rd

2500 W Frye Rd

░░░░░░░ Login to view SqFt Total Building Size

░░░░ Contact Us to subscribe to our data service MW Total Power

Show SqM

Operated by:

American cloud and colocation provider Internap (INAP) has taken a master lease in a 191,061 square foot (17,750 sq m) data center in Chandler, near Phoenix, Arizona.

  • Located at 2500 West Frye Road, the data center offers up to 10MW of power capacity, and a dedicated on-site substation with redundant 21.6MW utility transformers.
  • The facility, built to Tier III standards, comes with Bank of America as an anchor tenant, and is leased from Lincoln Rackhouse, which acquired the site in 2018.

Map and Nearby Locations:

2500 W Frye Rd
Click Map to begin Search

Sites within 15 miles of Internap Phoenix 2500 W Frye Rd

Show SqM
Distance Site About
0.00 miles 2500 W Frye
1.62 miles H5 Phoenix
H5 acquired the site when it bought NextFort in January 2016H5 acquired the site when it bought NextFort in January 20
1.65 miles 1900 S Price - Digital Realty
The Building is 1 story Flood Zone: Zone X Seismic Zone: Zone 1
1.76 miles 2121 S Price - Digital Realty
In 2010, DRT acquired this site from 365 Main portfolio.
1.89 miles CyrusOne PHX9
1.90 miles CyrusOne PHX10
1.98 miles CyrusOne PHX3
1.98 miles CyrusOne PHX2
2.07 miles CyrusOne PHX1
2.07 miles CyrusOne Chandler Phoenix Campus
CyrusOne plans to build nearly 2 million square-feet data center campus. There are two buildings on the campus currently
2.14 miles CyrusOne PHX5
2.16 miles Aligned: PHX-04
Aligned Energy Data Center PHX04 – has been under construction for months. Construction began in July 2022. At full buildout, the center will total 396,343SF. The site is located at the NEC of Price Road and Innovation Street.
2.21 miles CyrusOne PHX4
2.26 miles Aligned: PHX-06
PHX06 is a two-phase development that will total 456,946 SqFt
2.28 miles CyrusOne PHX6
2.35 miles CyrusOne PHX8
2.37 miles CyrusOne PHX7
2.90 miles 2010 East Centennial
Digital Realty sold the office & data center building in 2018 to an unnamed company. We believe Fox Sports is the tenant.
3.21 miles 2055 E Technology - Digital Realty
Located in the Arizona State University Research Park and downtown Phoenix Central Business District, the facility was redeveloped in 2007. Digital Realty's 76,000 square foot data center at 2055 E. Technology Circle is approximately 15 miles away from downtown Phoenix. The building is SOC2 certified with 24/7 security and critical facilities management.
5.10 miles OneNeck Phoenix 1
7.75 miles OneNeck Phoenix 2
8.14 miles EdgeConneX Phoenix
8.48 miles Centersquare: PHX1
Centersquare's Phoenix Mesa is cloud-enabled data center located just 10 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, with more than 154,000 sq. ft. of space.
10.68 miles PhoenixNAP-Phoenix
10.68 miles Cyxtera Phoenix PH1
10.69 miles Verizon: 3930 Watkins
Former XO Communications site
11.82 miles DataBank PHX2
11.84 miles Iron Mountain Phoenix
Iron Mountain acquired the site in January 2018 in a $1.34 Billion acquisition of IO Datacenter's operations in the United States which included 4 sites (Phoenix, Scottsdale, Edison New Jersey, and Columbus Ohio) 41-acre Iron Mountain Hyperscale-Ready campus 588,000 gross square feet 32 MW – redundant feeds
11.84 miles Internap Phoenix
12.55 miles STACK Phoenix PHX02 Campus
STACK Infrastructure plans to develop a five-building, 246MW campus in the heart of central Phoenix, Arizona. The more than 1.7 million square foot campus will run on 100% renewable energy.
12.58 miles Google: Mesa (Redhawk 2)
12.61 miles Stack: PHX02 Building 2
STACK Infrastructure plans to develop a five-building, 246MW campus in the heart of central Phoenix, Arizona. The more than 1.7 million square foot campus will run on 100% renewable energy.
12.63 miles Stack: PHX02 Building 3
STACK Infrastructure plans to develop a five-building, 246MW campus in the heart of central Phoenix, Arizona. The more than 1.7 million square foot campus will run on 100% renewable energy.
12.70 miles Stack: PHX02 Building 4
STACK Infrastructure plans to develop a five-building, 246MW campus in the heart of central Phoenix, Arizona. The more than 1.7 million square foot campus will run on 100% renewable energy.
12.77 miles Stack: PHX02 Building 5
STACK Infrastructure plans to develop a five-building, 246MW campus in the heart of central Phoenix, Arizona. The more than 1.7 million square foot campus will run on 100% renewable energy.
12.85 miles QTS Phoenix Campus
QTS expansion with an 84-acre campus with 5 planned buildings with 280 MW of critical power
12.91 miles Google: Mesa (Redhawk 1)
13.35 miles Windstream Phoenix
13.39 miles Lumen Phoenix 1
13.57 miles GoDaddy: Gilbert, AZ
14.31 miles Edgeconnex: Mesa
14.66 miles Novva: Mesa Campus
The site would include six 257,000 sq ft (23,875 sqm) data centers and two on-site substations.
14.98 miles 120 E Van Buren - Digital Realty
120 E Van Buren is Phoenix's carrier hotel and the building is the best connected in Phoenix. The building is also home to many colocation operators including AIS, QTS, Sungard, XO
14.98 miles LightEdge: Phoenix Van Buren
14.98 miles Verizon: 120 Van Buren
14.98 miles Meta: Mesa, AZ
Meta's Mesa data center was first announced in August 2021, is a greenfield development of a five-building campus encompassing over 2.5 million square feet of data center and admin space.
14.99 miles Comarch Mesa
14.99 miles QTS Phoenix Van Buren
QTS acquired this site via the Carpathia acquisition in 2015.
15.34 miles CyrusOne Mesa
15.68 miles EdgeCore Mesa
The 1.25 million sqft campus can include up to 7 buildings. The first of the seven data halls is complete and totals 178,252 sqft with an adjoining 20,000 sqft office and support space.
15.88 miles Amazon: Pecos Campus, Mesa
Amazon.com Inc. looks to be getting closer to starting construction on two separate data center projects in southeast Mesa.
16.13 miles NTT PH3
16.18 miles NTT Phoenix Campus
The 102-acre campus will have seven data centers offering a total of 240 MWs of critical IT load and 1.5 million sqft of space, along with an on-site dedicated substation. The first data center will offer 36MW across six 6MW vaults and 126,000 sqft
16.22 miles NTT PH1
16.23 miles Amazon: Elliot Campus, Mesa
Amazon.com Inc. looks to be getting closer to starting construction on two separate data center projects in southeast Mesa. The Elliot campus is a 42.9-acre property located off Elliot Road, adjacent to Apple's existing data center in Mesa.
16.23 miles Lumen Phoenix 2
16.32 miles NTT PH2
16.58 miles Apple Mesa
The site was a former a sapphire-glass factory that supplied glass to Apple. The glass maker filed for bankruptcy and vacated the building in 2014. Now the 1.3 million square foot building is one of Apple’s data centers
16.71 miles DataBank Phoenix PHX1
16.75 miles Liquid Web Phoenix
17.04 miles eBay Arizona
eBay's data center is also known as Project Mercury.

Internap Phoenix 2500 W Frye Rd Data Center Photos


Internap Phoenix Data Center
Source: Internap

Operating Company

Internap Corporation (NASDAQ: INAP) is a provider of data center services including colocation, managed hosting, cloud and network services. The company is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, United States with company-controlled data centers located in North America, EMEA, and APAC.

Internap History:

Internap was founded in 1996 and initially headquartered in Seattle. During the dot-com bubble, the company was smart to go public. The Initial Public Offering (IPO) took place in 1999 on the NASDAQ with the symbol INAP. Internap sold 9.5 million shares at $20 apiece, and the stock climbed as high as $73 before closing just below $53.

2002

INAP relocated its headquarters from Seattle to Atlanta.

2000

INAP acquired CO Space, Inc which provided the company with its data center offering.

2012

Acquired Voxel for $35 million in cash. Voxel provided on-demand dedicated hosting and cloud services to enterprises and Web-centric businesses. Voxel had more than 1,000 customers and has approximately 50 employees.

2013

Acquired iWeb, a Montreal-based web hosting and colocation services provider, for $145 million.

2016

In September, Peter D. Aquino became the CEO of Internap. Aquino replaced Mike Ruffolo who's short tenure lasted from May 2015 to September 2016.

2018

  • In January, INAP acquired SingleHop, a IaaS provider for $132 million in cash.
  • In March the company announced it was moving its headquarters to Virginia. Atlanta will continue to serve as local operations and staff headquarters, while the new official corporate headquarters will be located in the Virginia office. The new Virginia HQ will “INAP's corporate headquarters will be a small group in charge of capital allocation, strategic direction, and external affairs.”

The company had bankruptcies in 2020 and 2023

2024

In 2024, INAP rebranded as HorizonIQ

26 Facilities Owned
18 Markets Served
View Company

News

Read More News

Files

Name Date Added Description
inap_data_center_chandler__az__v2 June 2021

INAP Chandler Data Sheet (PDF)