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Located in Osaka’s eastern suburb of Keihanna, this 72MW data center campus will comprise three buildings with robust access to power and network to ensure strong reliability. Available solution options, from colocation to custom build-to-suit, provide hyperscale, cloud, and large enterprise clients with the scalability to meet future growth demands. Higher rack densities and industry-leading PUE, WUE, and building standards support evolving workloads while achieving sustainability targets.

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Sites within 15 miles of STACK Osaka KIX01

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0.13 miles Colt Osaka Keihanna
0.26 miles NTT Keihanna
12.25 miles Vantage Osaka (KIX1)
12.63 miles NTT Osaka 7
13.62 miles Equinix Osaka OS3
15.04 miles NTT OS2 (Telepark Dojima Building 2)
15.16 miles NTT Osaka OS4
15.38 miles SC Zeus: Osaka
15.38 miles AirTurnk Osaka OSK1
15.92 miles Digital Edge: Osaka OSA1
15.94 miles NTT OS1
15.97 miles NTT OS3 (Telepark Dojima Building 3)
15.98 miles NTT Data Osaka Dojima (Building #4)
16.08 miles Amazon NRT51
16.08 miles INAP Osaka
16.16 miles NTT Osaka 5
16.21 miles Equinix Osaka OS1
Opened in 2013, the first phase, with room for 320 cabinets is a US$12m investment. Once fully opened the site will carry 800 cabinets.
16.23 miles MC Digital Osaka 1 (KIX10)
16.31 miles MC Digital Osaka 2 (KIX11)
16.45 miles MC Digital Osaka 3 (KIX12)
16.53 miles MC Digital Osaka 4 (KIX14)

STACK Osaka KIX01 Data Center Photos

location of the Colt facility in Osaka

Operating Company

Infomart Data Centers is owned by ASB Allegiance Real Estate Fund, a $5.5B Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT).


2019: Infomart combines data center assets with IPI Partners and rebrands as STACK INFRASTRUCTURE
2018: IPI Partners Acquires the three remaining Infomart data centers from ASB Real Estate (source: DCF)
2018: The Infomart company sold the Dallas Infomart Building to Equinix
2014: Acquired the building for Infomart Ashburn from AOL
2014: ASB Real Estate Fund (a subsidiary of DCI Technology Holdings) merged Infomart with Fortune Data Centers. The combined company was renamed to Infomart Data Centers.
2012: Expanded to Oregon with a building in Hillsboro
2007: John Sheputis purchased first Fortune Data Center in San Jose, CA, backed by ASB Real Estate
2006: ASB Real Estate purchased Infomart Dallas building
2006: Fortune Founded as Fortune Data Centers

62 Facilities Owned
24 Markets Served
528.66 Megawatts
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