Salt Lake City Data Center
Why Salt Lake City?
According to 451 Research, Salt lake City is a top 10 U.S. multi-tenant data center market.
Utah ranks 2nd in the nation and 3rd in the world for the fastest Internet connectivity speeds, with an extensive fiber infrastructure. Fondly referred to as the Silicone Slopes, Utah ranks 5th in the nation for national disaster safety.
According to the Utah Governor’s office of energy development, data centers may be eligible for several tax incentives including HCITC (High Cost Infrastructure Tax Credit) and AEDI (Alternative Energy Development Incentive), among others.
Utah enjoys some of the cheapest electricity and natural gas rates in the nation. Utah’s power plants have transitioned to natural gas and steam over the last 15 years, and renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind, are rapidly growing.
Salt Lake City is a prime natural environment. In fact, much of Utah is classified as a cold desert, allowing for ambient air cooling. Humidity levels are perfect for data center operations without requiring extra infrastructure to control it.
Salt Lake City Data Center Specs
- 100% Uptime SLA
- Industry-leading 1.15 PUE
- CenturyLink, Zayo
- Diverse MMRs
- Multi-layered access control
- 24x7x365 on-site security guards
- 24-hour global monitoring via our Network Operations Center (NOC)
Power & Cooling
- 2N concurrently maintainable
- Supports 1-50kW per rack
- Diverse utility feeds
- System and Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type 2 and SOC 1 Type 2
- PCI DSS
- NIST 800-53
- ISO 27001:2013
- Uptime Institute M&O certified
Award-winning modular heat removal system
Power Generation and Distribution
Engineered for resiliency and 100% uptime
Security and Compliance
Multi-layered data center protection
On-site global monitoring and remote hands assistance
A real-time view of your critical infrastructure
Ultra-efficient 1.15 PUE and 100% uptime