The data center industry is a multibillion-dollar industry. According to Gartner, end-user spending on data center infrastructure for 2020 was $188 billion, a 10.3% decrease from 2019’s spending. With these figures, we can reach a consensus that there’s a massive market available for data cent...
Company: Switch SUPERNAP
Metro: Las Vegas
Country: United States
Region: North America
The Core Campus in Las Vegas, Nevada currently encompasses nine separate data centers with up to approximately 2.0 million GSF of space and up to 275 MW of 100% renewable power available to these facilities. We have one additional data center under construction at The Core Campus, which we expect will be operational in 2018 and that will provide approximately 340,000 GSF of additional space and have up to 40 MW of 100% renewable power available to the facility.
Switch powers the campus through the Switch Solar project is located in Clark County, Nevada northeast of Las Vegas on approximately 1,600 acres of land managed by the US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in the Dry Lake Solar Energy Zone (SEZ).
There are two solar generation projects, Switch Station 1 and Switch Station 2 which produce 179-megawatts of power. The plants were originally part of a joint project between First Solar and NV Energy. In June 2017, EDF Renewable Energy acquired the two solar projects from First Solar.
• 250 MVA Switch owned substation
• 146 MVA of generator capacity
• 84 MVA of UPS S+S supply
• 44,000 tons of S+S cooling
• 5,400,000 cubic feet per minute
• 30 modular cooling towers
• 100% heat aisle containment
• t-scif™ designed for 1,500 watts
• 7,000+ cabinets / 350 t-scifs™
Launched in April 2013
LAS VEGAS 9:
Launched in 2016
LAS VEGAS 10:
Opened in 2017, the site uses a MOD 250 (Modularly Optimized Design). The site adds nearly 350,000 square feet and up to 40 megawatts (MW) of power
Cyxtera on the Switch Campus
Cyxtera has an agreement to sell space in the SuperNap and is located in LV8. Century Link PR