Houston: Netrality Data Centers to expand capacity in Houston

May 15, 2023 | Posted by MadalineDunn

Netrality Data Centers has announced that it is expanding capacity at its Houston data center at 1301 Fannin Street. The company has shared that it will add two new data center halls spanning 17,000 square feet and offering over 2.5 megawatts of critical capacity.

Due to come online at the end of the summer, the data center halls will integrate Delta Cube (Delta3)TM cooling technology, which captures and removes heat at its source. 

"This expansion represents a strategic investment in supporting the growth of Houston's vibrant business community," commented Gerald M. Marshall, President and CEO at Netrality Data Centers. 

Marshall said that the expansion is also a testament to the company's commitment to "creating sustainable, scalable environments," including state-of-the-art cooling technology capable of supporting higher-density deployments for customers' innovative technologies, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning. 

"The expansion of 1301 Fannin serves the region's growing demand for cutting-edge, secure, high-density, and energy-efficient data center environments, allowing it to remain Houston's epicenter for innovation and technological advancements," he added. 

The 1301 Fannin stands at 24 stories across approximately 1 million square feet, and is one of Houston's most fiber-dense network-neutral facilities.