Site: Yahoo Japan East Wenatchee

Company: Yahoo Japan
Metro: Quincy
State: Washington
Region: Pacific Northwest
Country: United States
Region: North America
Region: Americas
Region: World
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Site Stats:
Current Under Construction Potential Expansion Total at Full Buildout
Building SqFt:
Gross SqFt: 100,104 100,104
Usable SqFt:
Office SqFt:
Power (MW): 16.00 16.00

Yahoo Japan announced the site in April 2018.

This will be Yahoo Japan’s second infrastructure project on foreign soil, following a 200-rack facility in Washington state in 2014.

The upcoming data center is considerably larger: expected to come online in spring next year, it will span 9,300 square meters, contain 1,600 racks, and will offer power capacity of up to 16MW.

Yahoo Japan, which was set up as a joint venture between Yahoo and SoftBank in 1996 and built Japan’s first web portal, is the only surviving Yahoo brand, after most of the company was sold to Verizon and renamed Oath last year.

For its latest facility, Yahoo Japan chose a site approximately 30 miles from Quincy, a location formerly favored by Yahoo for its American data centers, known for their distinctive Compute Coop shape. Read More at Datacenter Dynamics.

Map and Nearby Locations:

East Wenatchee, WA (Address is Approximate )

SITES within 15 miles of Yahoo Japan East Wenatchee

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Distance Site name SqFt MW
3.91 miles Salcido Pangborn Data Center 10.00
4.91 miles Sabey Intergate.Columbia 438,000 30.00
4.92 miles T-Mobile East Wenatchee
10.91 miles Salcido Cashmere 2.00
Yahoo Japan’s data center will be built using Open Compute Project designs for the sake of increasing efficiency. By processing data in the United States, the company claims to have reduced its ele...

Yahoo Japan’s data center will be built using Open Compute Project designs for the sake of increasing efficiency. By processing data in the United States, the company claims to have reduced its ele...
Rendering of Yahoo Japan's Facility Under Construction

Yahoo Japan’s data center will be built using Open Compute Project designs for the sake of increasing efficiency. By processing data in the United States, the company claims to have reduced its electricity costs to a sixth of what it would have paid if it remained confined to Japan.

Source: Yahoo Japan
Yahoo Japan team breaks ground on East Wenatchee data center
Source: Yahoo Japan
A priest blesses the construction site in East Wenatchee WA
Source: Yahoo Japan