STACK INFRASTRUCTURE (“STACK” or the “Company”), the data center company built from the ground up to address the technology infrastructure needs of rapidly scaling enterprises and hyperscale businesses, recently announced plans to expand its existing data center campus in Silicon Valley. The development is set to capitalize on the momentum of recent leasing success in the Silicon Valley market by breaking ground on a new 32MW, 240,000-square-foot data center adjacent to the STACK San Jose facility. 

STACK leverages deep roots and a history of market leadership in Silicon Valley, and the project has been named an Economic Development priority by both PG&E and the State of California. As with the rest of STACK’s existing campus, the new building is expected to be served through PG&E’s Direct Access program. This enables STACK to procure energy from renewable sources to reduce its clients’ energy costs. This addition underscores Silicon Valley’s status as one of the largest and most critical data center markets in the world due to its proximity to leading technology and cloud companies.

“As home to a number of the world’s leading technology companies, Silicon Valley is undoubtedly one of the most compelling markets in the world for data center investment,” said Brian Cox, Chief Executive Officer of STACK. “We consider our ability to deliver cost-efficient, renewable energy to be extremely important in this market where our clients are seeking strategic proximity. We’re confident that our newest development will help our clients fulfill critical business requirements in a world-class facility.” 

The Silicon Valley development is STACK’s fourth expansion since its launch in 2019, and it follows several projects that were announced throughout the course of 2019. This includes STACK’s expansion into New Albany, Ohio, via the acquisition of a purpose-built, Tier III data center; plans for a 60+MW expansion of its Portland data center campus; and plans for a 20+MW, multi-story data center adjacent to its existing facility in Chicago. Both the Portland expansion and the Chicago expansion are currently under development. All of STACK’s developments support the Company’s commitment to building capacity in key markets to continue supporting clients’ evolving growth trajectories. 

STACK remains committed to serving as the data center industry leader in building and delivering flexible critical infrastructure solutions that support the complex requirements of enterprise and hyperscale deployments. The Company’s services include hyperscale campuses and build-to-suit data centers (“HYPER STACK”), immediately available wholesale colocation and private data suites (“READY STACK”), and powered shell options (“POWER STACK”).

For more information about STACK, please visit: www.stackinfra.com.