While some data center developers are standardizing their design and construction process, Switch Communications is building custom equipment for its high-density SuperNAP data center in Las Vegas. Read More
Sun Microsystems (JAVA) will host its new cloud offering in the SuperNAP, Switch Communications’ new mega-data center in Las Vegas, according to CTO Greg Papadopoulos. Read More
Switch Communications reports that it has sold more than 1,100 cabinets in its massive SuperNAP facility in Las Vegas, which opened in September. Read More
When the first phase of the SuperNAP opens on Sept. 1, it will be one of the world’s most advanced and unique data centers, with the ability to cool racks exceeding 20kW of power load.
Is Switch’s SuperNAP a unique, location-specific opportunity? Or can others apply these approaches to high density data center design?
In this video, we take a closer look at the WDMD custom cooling units that will be used to cool the new SuperNAP in Las Vegas.
Switch Communications says it is cooling its Las Vegas data center at nearly 1,500 watts per square foot using air cooling. How are they accomplishing this?
Switch Communications says its SuperNAP, a 400,000 square foot data center under construction in Las Vegas, will be the most advanced data center yet.