Press Mentions
  • Sabre Corporation Selects Aligned Energy As Data Center Provider - “We selected Aligned Energy as our primary data center partner for their ability to support our rapid innovation, implementation and quality product development as we build out our platform, SaaS and cloud strategies.”

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  • “Customers will be charged for the computing power they actually use rather than the theoretical amount they could potentially utilize.”

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  • “Aligned Energy technology company, parent company to the Aligned Data Center in Phoenix, has developed a new green energy power generation for its data centers using waste heat.”

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  • “Through the Climeon partnership, Aligned developed technology to essentially allow buildings to generate electricity from low-grade waste heat. […] Aligned's data centers enjoy a power-usage effectiveness rating of 1.15, compared to the typical enterprise data center's 2.0 or above. The rating compares the total amount of electricity consumed versus what's needed for the computing and networking equipment.”

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  • “Customers of Aligned Data Center’s 100,000-sf facility in Dallas, Texas, pay only for the energy they use, in a program aimed at helping clients more precisely approximate their energy needs. This same pricing program will be used for Aligned’s 550,000-sf data center in Phoenix.”

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  • “In Plano, one of the area’s growing data center markets, Aligned Data Centers, a division of Aligned Energy, has opened a center that offers a “pay-as-you-go” program in power usage. […] The company has a program that lets clients pay only for the power they use, as opposed to paying an upfront rate.”

    Read more on The New York Times
  • “A new $300 million, 100,000-square-foot data center in Dallas, Texas, is the first to take a cue from the public clouds by similarly letting tenants pay for computing power based on actual use.”

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