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10 Data Center Companies You Need To Watch In 2023
Hyperscalers and enterprise data center growth is projected to continue to race higher as digital transformation drives demand for the bedrock technology.
Why you should watch: The company is taking big swings in an important market, competing against larger players.
Stack Infrastructure said it has nearly 1 gigawatt of data center capacity built or under construction in the Washington, D.C. area giving it a huge opportunity in a region that needs the available space.
The company just bought 74 acres of land in December in Prince William County, with that addition able to support another 100 megawatts of capacity which is expected to bring one of its newest data center campus’ total availability to 250 megawatts.
“Stack has again capitalized on its industry-leading expertise and deep local relationships to deliver capacity in the world’s most coveted power and land-constrained market,” said Stack CEO Brian Cox in a statement. “This new campus adds to Stack’s already significant presence in Prince William County and is Stack’s latest demonstration of our commitment to continuously delivering scalable solutions for our clients in strategic locations across the globe.”
Stack announced three new data center campus projects last year, including a 216-megawatt campus in Virginia, a 56-megawatt campus in Toronto, a 36-megawatt campus in Japan, and a flagship Portland campus with 200 megawatt of current and expansion capacity.
Stack expanded into Europe and Asia Pacific last year, a move it that makes the company one of the largest global private data center operators worldwide, the company said. Stack’s offerings include numerous concurrent projects in key regions throughout the Americas, Asia Pacific, and EMEA.