Sabey Data Centers, a premier colocation data center provider, has announced that it has begun construction on a new, 40-acre data center campus in Round Rock, TX with a celebratory groundbreaking event. The new campus will feature up to 72-megawatt (MW) power capacity which is supported by Sabey’s industry-leading commitments to reliability, security, connectivity, and sustainability.
The facility design will be able to hold needs for all sizes, including hyperscale deployments.The campus will provide customers with 430,000 square feet of reliable colocation supported by high-density cooling, low cost of power, eight layers of security, carrier-neutral options, and more. This new campus will be another addition to Sabey’s data center portfolio which includes data center campuses in Austin, Ashburn, New York City, Seattle, and Central Washington.
“This new market expansion reinforces the continued demand for digital capacity and is an exciting time for the Sabey organization,” said Jeffrey Kanne, President and CEO of National Real Estate Advisors and Vice Chairman of Sabey Data Centers. “We look forward to deploying additional capital to support Sabey’s efforts in the booming Austin tech hub.”
Everyone was in high spirits as city of Round Rock officials, representatives from the Round Rock Chamber, and representatives from Sabey and National Real Estate Advisors were all in attendance at the groundbreaking celebration, located at the demolition site of the old Sears Teleserv building on 1300 Louis Henna Blvd.
For more information on Sabey Data Centers’ new Austin facility, visit sabeydatacenters.com.