Atlanta: The Growing Hub for Data Centers
As Atlanta emerges as one of the largest metro areas in the nation, it is quickly establishing itself as a central location for data centers. Boasting a greater number of Fortune 500 headquarters than both Dallas and Nashville combined, Atlanta is a business-forward marketplace that is home to major corporations such as Home Depot, UPS, Coca-Cola, and Delta Airlines.
With the continued growth of the Atlanta metropolis, DataBank is poised to grow alongside it. The city's high elevation significantly reduces the risk of natural disasters, while maintaining low-cost and highly reliable power. Offering ample space and power capacity for customers, as well as a wide range of cloud hosting and managed services solutions, Atlanta stands as the ideal location for businesses with expanding technology needs.
DataBank provides customers with options to choose from four distinct data centers: the Midtown Atlanta facility (ATL1) located within Georgia Tech's Technology Square, two facilities (ATL2 and ATL3) on our West End campus, and our newest data center (ATL4) in the Lithia Springs campus area. Together, these four colocation facilities offer all the necessary resources for organizations to easily host and manage their critical infrastructure in one of America's most dynamic metropolitan areas.
Located in Atlanta's West End, ATL3 and ATL2 facilities provide dedicated security guards and are served by two separate power switching stations. This makes them ideal for small single-cabinet deployments, as well as environments that require high density.