Reno Data Center Campus

Efficiently scale your IT infrastructure in close proximity to the Bay Area

EdgeCore’s Reno data center campus supports 225 MW of critical load across more than one million square feet of data center space. An on-site substation will provide power to six data centers planned for this campus, enabling deployment options including turn-key, powered shell, and build-to-suit solutions. With sub-four millisecond latency to the Bay Area, low-cost utility power including renewable options and a design PUE of <1.25, EdgeCore’s Reno campus offers an intelligent solution to mission-critical customer requirements.

6 Data Centers
1,080,000 Sq. Ft.
225 MW

Built for High-Performance

4ms latency and geographic diversity

EdgeCore’s new campus offers top-of-the-line data center functionality and amenities in what many technology companies have come to recognize as the leading data center location in the US—Loudoun County, Virginia, home of Ashburn and Sterling. From EdgeCore’s Ashburn campus, customers have exceptional access to the world’s largest data center and connectivity exchange ecosystems as well as multiple key fiber routes, providing low-latency connectivity to countless interconnection opportunities.

Built for High-Performance

Utilizing efficiency throughout the Reno Campus

EdgeCore’s purpose-built facilities in Reno are designed, constructed and outfitted to ensure reliability, security and the highest-level of performance for our customers’ data center deployments. The design supports N, N+1 and 2N infrastructure configurations and utilizes high-quality equipment including Caterpillar generators and lithium-ion UPS systems. Each facility is supported by 24x7 on-site facility and security teams as well as multiple layers of physical security.

The difference of a few cents per kilowatt can mean millions of dollars saved in data center transactions.

Lower Your TCO

Compelling cost savings

Data center customers in Reno can expect an average TCO that is 31% lower than a comparable deployment in the Bay Area. This cost savings is driven by the low utility costs in Reno, which average 30-50% less than utilities in California, the lack of corporate and personal income tax in Reno and the lower median price of land in Nevada.

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Specifications

Land Area
56 acres
Buildings
6 purpose-built data centers
Total Building Area
1,080,000 sq. ft.
Power
280 MW on-site substation
Connectivity
Multiple fiber access points
Geographic risk
Low risk
Location
Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center
Building Size
180,000 sq. ft.
Utility Power
36 MW
Fit Out
Powered shell, infrastructured shell, turn-key
Power Availability
AC & DC
Sustainability
Renewable power available
Environment
LEED Certified design
Amenities
Dual loading docks, tech lounge, office space
UPS
N, N+1, and 2N configurations with lithium-ion batteries
Generators
Backup generators supporting N, N+1 and 2N configurations
Power availability
AC & DC
PUE
PUE < 1.25
Fuel storage
48 hours of run-time at full capacity
Mechanical
Air-cooled chillers with economization
Lighting
Zoned lighting controls with dimmable LEDs
Facilities
On-site 24x7 staffing
MOPs / SOPs
Standardized training and implementation
Uptime
100% uptime SLA
Power Availability
AC & DC
Security
On-site 24x7 staffing
Fencing
8' perimeter security fence
Surveillance
CCTV campus-wide surveillance
Tech Lounge
Comfortable seating, workspaces, and kitchen
Staging Room
Staging room available for shipping and receiving needs
Office space
Dedicated office space available
Parking
Secure on-site parking
WiFi
Public WiFi available
Tools
IT tool-kit available on request
Lobby
Secure waiting area for data center visitors
Smoke Detection
Addressable smoke detection
Sprinklers
VESDA with dual action zonal interlocking dry-pipe with pre-action
Management
24x7x365 on-site facilities management