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Cisco Data Center in Allen, Texas is Leeds Gold certified facility. This building was designed to withstand tornado winds up to 175 mph. Cisco also opted to forego a raised floor environment and use overhead cooling and cable management. Another unique feature is a lagoon to capture rainwater to irrigate the indigenous, drought-resistant landscape plants, as well as solar cells on the roof which generates 100 kilowatts of power for the office spaces in the building. The building features 30,000 square feet of customer office space. An 8,200-square-foot amenity space includes a rock climbing wall, putting green, ping pong tables, Wii Zone, Yoga Zone, work out machines, golf putting green and a circular slide.
Strategically located in Allen, Texas, CyrusOne’s newest data center in Dallas was built in three phases – 350,950 square feet, two additional phases at 619,100 square feet, and a 412,800 square-foot building. The 2-story data center building campus includes almost 500 parking spaces. The facility is purpose-built, offering industry leading efficiencies, the latest cooling technology, uniquely low PUE’s and multilayer security. With over 90 acres, at full build, CyrusOne’s Dallas-Allen campus will be the largest data center campus in Texas.
CyrusOne’s 670,000-square-foot data center in Dallas/Carrollton is the largest facility of its kind in the state and one of the most energy-efficient in the United States. In addition, the Carrollton data center also houses the infrastructure and 911-dispatch center for Carrollton, Coppell, Farmers Branch, and Addison, Texas.
CyrusOne needed the space ready for tenants in eight short months. Our team, as well as other subcontractors officed onsite to pre-plan, plan and re-plan as construction proceeded to maximize efficiency.
This 140,000 square foot free-standing building is located in Digital Realty’s 69-acre data campus known as Digital Dallas. The project was completed on the original 10-month schedule. Even with extreme rainfall in the region, which caused 52 days of weather impacts and major design changes with $1.8 million in added scope, the team was able to finish on schedule.
QTS’ second data center in the broader Dallas market, Fort Worth serves Fortune 1,000 enterprises, as well as regional financial services, healthcare and technology companies. Located 20 miles from QTS Dallas – Irving Data Center and DFW International airport. This connectivity-rich facility is carrier-neutral with multiple carriers and is situated adjacent to a number of other large enterprise and technology companies. • Sustainability features include grey water usage and LEED certified design. Expansive customer office space, break room and abundant parking.
• 53-acre campus
• 263,000 sq. ft. facility
• 40,000 sq. ft. raised floor
• 25,000 sq. ft. leasable office space
• 12 adjacent acres for future expansion
• Future expansion of 120,000 sq. ft. raised floor
• LEED Certified
• Dedicated 20,000 sq. ft. data halls available
Strategically located in Irving, Texas, this 700,000 sq foot highly-connected facility provides excellent economies of scale and access to a vital ecosystem of on-net carriers, including IBM Cloud Link. Purpose-built for redundancy, QTS Irving securely delivers diverse, low-latency metro routes and expands your geographic reach well beyond the region.
RagingWire’s Dallas TX1 Data Center, recognized as one of the “most beautiful data centers in the world”, is a 230,000 square feet, 16 megawatt facility. TX1 represents the first building of RagingWire’s mega data center campus development on 42 acre land with more than a million square feet of data center space and 144 megawatt critical IT load at full build out.
SoftLayer data center, now an IBM company is located at 4849 Alpha Road, and is one of six SoftLayer data centers in Dallas, Texas. The data center is located inside SoftLayers global headquarters in Dallas, and is a tier IV facility. SoftLayer builds out its data center facilities using an innovative “pod” design.
On former ranch land that stood undeveloped for decades, Verizon is replacing sagebrush and grass with 5G technology, innovation labs, and high-rise buildings made of stone and shimmering glass.
It’s the Hidden Ridge development, Verizon’s $1 billion, 150-acre mixed-use project in partnership with real estate development and investment company KDC. The project is rooted in North Texas ranching, but is a rising symbol of the future as one of the region’s most important real estate projects.