H5 Data Centers, an Englewood, Colorado-based data center and colocation service provider, as per recent reports last week, has announced an additional 25,000 sq. ft. expansion for its Phoenix colocation facility in Chandler, Arizona.
According to the company, this second phase development at its 180,000 sq. ft. data center facility will further add infrastructure capacity to the H5 data center campus in Phoenix. The company has also revealed that the project will be complete later this year. H5’s expansion plans at its Phoenix colocation facility follows the company’s broader commitment towards Phoenix customers and the growing data center demand in Arizona.
The phase II improvements to the Phoenix data center include three private data center suites with an additional capacity of 650 cabinets; up to 6 MW of critical power; office & storage space, and two-bay covered loading dock that supports extended semi-truck deliveries.
“H5 Data Centers constructs data center designs for the needs of our rapidly growing enterprise and cloud service customer base,” states Josh Simms, CEO, H5 Data Centers. “The demand for Phoenix colocation space and services continues to be strong from enterprises due to Arizona’s attractive power pricing and its data center sales & use tax incentive program.”
Earlier this year, in Mar. 2019, H5 announced the completion of its HPC suite at its Phoenix data center campus that employed the Forced Physics DCT’s new data center cooling system.