Aligned Energy launches major data center expansion

Above: Located at 2500 W. Union Hills Drive, Aligned Energy’s Phoenix data center campus demonstrates an unequivocal dedication to solving client and industry challenges. Real Estate | 21 Feb, 2018 |

Aligned Energy, an infrastructure technology company that offers colocation and build-to-scale solutions to cloud, enterprise and managed service providers, announced a 200,000-square-foot expansion at its’ 51-acre, 550,000-square-foot, 120 MW data center campus in Phoenix.

Situated at 2500 W. Union Hills Drive in Phoenix, the addition of Phase II will be able to accommodate 60MW at full build-out. The facility expansion, which will substantially increase the amount of space available to clients, is a result of the strong demand that Aligned Energy is experiencing for their high-performance, adaptive data center platform that is dynamically scalable, efficient and reliable.

“Forward-looking businesses today require a data center provider that offers advanced, future-proofing infrastructure solutions that keep pace with the demands of the client’s ever evolving requirements on density and scaleability,” says Andrew Schaap, CEO of Aligned Energy. “Our Phoenix data center does just that. We are thrilled to increase our floorplate to welcome new clients and continue to grow with existing ones as they look for a partner that is responsive, experienced and always at the forefront of engineering transformative solutions.”

Located in the heart of one of the top U.S. data center markets, Aligned Energy’s Phoenix data center campus demonstrates an unequivocal dedication to solving client and industry challenges. Addressing fluctuations in high-density and variable workloads, Aligned Energy offers flexible rack densities of up to 50 kW, enabling customers to deploy legacy systems alongside computational applications without latency or disruption. The Phoenix campus also utilizes significantly less resources, guaranteeing a 1.15 PUE (Power Usage Efficiency) and consuming up to 85 percent less water and up to 80 percent less energy than traditional facilities, reducing natural resource use and clients’ total cost of ownership.

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