Winston-Salem Greensboro Data Center Market

The Winston-Salem Greensboro data center market is located in the state of North Carolina and ranked 47th largest market in United States and ranked 50th in North America. Winston-Salem Greensboro has 7 facilities with 695,573 sqft and 26 megawatts.

The top providers in Winston-Salem Greensboro are Lumen Technologies (2 sites) and Dynamic Quest with 1 facility. The most popular facilities are Level3 Greensboro and Level3 Greensboro.

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Market Facts

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Data Centers in Winston-Salem Greensboro

Name Address Gross SqFt Type
Level3 Greensboro 201 East Creekside Carrier
Dynamic Quest Greensboro 4821 Koger Blvd
DC BLOX High Point 4131 Sheraton Ct 54,000 Gross SqFt Carrier-Neutral
NorthState Winston-Salem 3310 Old Lexington Road Carrier
American Express IPC2 Whitsett NC 5301 McConnell Rd Whitsett Enterprise
Level3 (was TWTC) Greensboro 496-F Gallimore Dairy Road Carrier
SolidSpace Winston 450 W Hanes Mill Rd #100 Carrier-Neutral

Largest Providers in Winston-Salem Greensboro

Lumen Technologies
Facilities: 2
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Dynamic Quest
Facilities: 1
Power: 0 MWs
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American Express
Facilities: 1
Power: 0 MWs
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SolidSpace LLP
Facilities: 1
Power: 0 MWs
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About This Metro

Winston-Salem has had some success landing major data centers.

In 2005, Lowe's Cos. Inc. opened a $100 million data center in the Madison Park office complex with 25 employees. It received about $3.8 million in local and state incentives. Last August, Lowe's added a 90,000-square-foot building there, but no new jobs.

In 2007, the Clearing House Payments Co. opened a $22 million data center in Winston-Salem with 80 local workers. The company is eligible for nearly $900,000 in local and state incentives.

Wells Fargo & Co. has about 1,000 employees in technology and operations in the West End data center. Data Chambers LLC, recently bought by North State Communications, has 120,000 square feet of data-center and disaster-recovery space. (Source: Journal Now)

Electric Pricing

Winston-Salem Greensboro has low electric costs that average between 5 and 6 cents a kWh.

Natural Disaster Risk

The risk of natural disasters is low.