(Gawkwire.com) – National data center and peering provider CoreSite announces today Phase I of its Santa Clara data center campus at 2901 Coronado has been fully-leased as a single-customer, private data center. The customer is one of the world’s largest technology companies, headquartered in the Bay Area.
CoreSite’s Santa Clara data center adds eight megawatts of electrical capacity and 50,000 square feet of data center space to the customer’s growing, national, data center footprint. The Santa Clara deployment is the customer’s second with CoreSite and is being built-out in four separate data center rooms. Building construction was completed on April 9, 2010.
CoreSite built 2901 Coronado to LEED Gold certification standards, fitting with the customer’s rigorous energy-efficiency requirements. CoreSite’s Santa Clara data center features air-side economization, 95%-efficient UPS units in a 2-N configuration, and the latest in energy-efficient technologies.
With an additional 12.6 acres at the Santa Clara development site and a site plan for 446,250 square feet of data center space, CoreSite’s portfolio contains a tangible development position in the Santa Clara data center market.
“CoreSite is pleased to have expanded our relationship with this valuable customer in delivering our latest, premier data center development project,” said David Dunn, CoreSite senior vice president of marketing and business development. “Our experienced data center development team enabled us to rapidly deliver a truly world-class data center.”
“CoreSite takes pride in the efficiency, global responsibility and reliability we build into our data centers,” said Billie Haggard, CoreSite’s senior vice president of data centers. “We believe that 2901 Coronado exemplifies CoreSite’s standard of operational excellence and facilities management.”