The Northern California data enter market is one of the biggest in the world, including Silicon Valley and the Bay Area.
According to the most recent report from Data Center Frontier and datacenterHawk, the Silicon Valley area is home to nearly 2.6 million square feet of commissioned data center space, representing 343 megawatts of commissioned power. That makes Silicon Valley the second-largest market for data center space in the U.S., trailing only Northern Virginia.
The problem is that the costs for power, people, and real estate in Northern California are some of the highest in the United States. Plus, data center supply in Northern California can be constrained, and there is the overhanging risk of earthquakes.
What if you could have the benefits of having your data center in Northern California with a lower price point, reduced earthquake risk, and available supply?
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