Vantage Data Centers: WA1 Quincy Data Center
Vantage Data Centers WA1 Quincy Data Center is located at 2101 M Street Northeast, Quincy, WA, USA. The data center is 512000 sqft. There is a total of 512000 sqft in raised floor space for colocation. It has access to 6 MW of power. We found 4 data center locations within 50 miles of this facility. No certifications are specified for this location.
Do you need to house your digital infrastructure in the western United States, but not necessarily in the heart of Silicon Valley? If so, the northwest may be the right solution for you. Our 68-acre campus sited in Quincy, Washington, offers you the lowest power rates in the country combined with state tax breaks to deliver the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) in the U.S. WA1 features three data centers with 512,500 square feet of space and 70MW of critical IT load.
We’re pleased to offer you all the advantages that come with choosing Vantage Data Centers. You’ll find a unique combination of people and technology: cooling and power that’s both sustainable and reliable; flexible room design and rigidly enforced physical security; and amenities that keep your staff happy—all backed by operational excellence at every location as we scrupulously adhere to our rigorous service and delivery standards across the globe.
Customizable customer offices and individual workspaces, multiple conference rooms and meeting spaces throughout the campus and secure storage with easy access between data halls
Power provided by Grant County PUD, offering the lowest per-KW rates in the country, multiple, diverse power feeds, planned on-site substation and 600V electrical design at the PDU
Diverse fiber paths into the campus available with additional planned, mutiple MMRs in each building and multiple carriers available in Quincy with both lit and, based on location, dark fiber
Computer Room Air Handling (CRAH) units, closed-loop chilled water system with air-side economizers, Water Utilization Efficiency (WUE) is near zero (liters/per kW/hr) using the latest cooling design