Why You Should Watch: Stack Infrastructure is becoming a force in the U.S. data center market.
A small but fast-growing player in the U.S. data center market is Denver-based Stack Infrastructure with its focus on hyperscaler customers such as AWS, Microsoft and Google.
Just this month, Stack unveiled a new 216-megawatt data center campus in Northern Virginia following massive demand from its hyperscale customers. “Stack’s forward development in the most challenging markets is our differentiator,” Stack CEO Brian Cox said in a statement this month. “Our clients seek speed, scale, quality and partnership. This new flagship campus exemplifies that.”
Stack has expanded internationally since being founded in 2019, including entering the Asia-Pacific market via the opening of its Singapore regional headquarters and the construction of a data center campus in Toronto, along with a nearly completed data center in Oregon.
Stack was formed by investor IPI Data Center Partners after it combined assets acquired by T5 Data Centers and Infomart Data Centers. The company offers powered shell data centers and wholesale colocation down to private data suites.
Stack is an interesting data center company to watch in 2022 specifically around how its focus on serving hyperscalers is working and what will come next.