The map on the wall represents Equinix's focus on InterconnectionSource: Equinix
Diagram showing that Fiber Connect is available between Equinix facilities in New York and Northern New Jersey metrosSource: Equinix
The sites as 2 megawatts of solar capacity on-site.Source: Dupont Fabros
The QTS Princeton Solar Array is a 14.1 Megawatt Photovoltaic System, one of the largest, privately owned, net metered photovoltaic systems in the Western Hemisphere. The Solar Array occupies approximately 50 acres of a 194 acre campus. The PV system contains over 57,000 solar modules, 24 power inverters and was constructed on a portion of the campus that was previously used for an agricultural purpose. The project site is surrounded on two sides by existing residential neighborhoods which resulted in the need to address both the visual and the physical impact of the extensive renewable energy facility on the adjacent community.
The cooling plant features evaporative condensing units and can useair- and water-side economization with variable speed CRAHs. CoreSite is able to use economization for about two-thirds of the year at NY2.Source: CoreSite
The double-stacked Caterpillar generators tower above the equipment yard. The 2.5 megawatt units are raised 8 feet above the yard to ensure clearance far above the 500-year flood stage. They are fed by an 8,500 gallon underground fuel storage tankSource: CoreSite
The stacking plan diagram shows the building's tenants and high level layout with in the building