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Utah Data Center – Bluffdale, Utah

The Utah Data Center code-named Bumblehive is also known as the “Intelligence Community Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative Data Center”. It provides data storage facility for the United States Intelligence Community which is designed to store a data estimated to be on the order of exabytes or larger. Its purpose is to support the Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative.

DFT data center – Ashburn, Virginia

The DuPont Fabros Technology Inc., abbreviated as DFT, is an American public company owning, developing, operating and managing multi-tenant wholesale data centers. The DFT’s customers are domestic and international companies across the multiple industries such as technology, insurance and healthcare, cloud, content, banking and financial services, media and social.

Switch SuperNAP – Las Vegas, Nevada

The Switch Communications’ SuperNAP, a 400,000 square foot data center under construction in the Las Vegas, is a conversation starter. The facility’s operators say that this is the most advanced data center yet which will be facilitated with $350 million facilities. The power loads exceeding 1,500 watts per square foot can be cooled down by air cooling.

Range International Information Group – Langfang, China

The Range international information group located at Langfang, China is the data center of the Range Group which spans across 6.3 million sqr feet – nearly the size of 110 football pitches. The construction began in the year 2013 and got completed in the year 2016. It is nearly the same size of the Pentagon and covers the 331 acres of land. The business applications, design services, and solutions are provided by IBM.

The Citadel – Tahoe Reno, Nevada

Switch, a globally recognized leader in a future-proof data center design, superscale cloud, unparalleled telecom gateways, and energy sustainability. The Citadel Campus is the most advanced data center campus in the world. It is designed for up to 7.2 million sqr feet of data center space with up to 650 megawatts (MW) of power.

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