ViaWest recently opened the doors at its new Lone Mountain Data Center in north Las Vegas. The facility will offer 74,000 square feet of raised floor space within a 110,000 square foot building. It's part of a significant expansion in Las Vegas for ViaWest, which has also acquired a former CoreLink facility to further boost its presence in this market. The Lone Mountain facility is the first Tier IV designed colocation facility in North America, according to the Uptime Institute. Tier IV is the highest rating possible for a facility under Uptime's Tier system. The completion of this facility gives ViaWest more than 450,000 square feet of usable raised floor data center space across 24 data centers throughout Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, and Utah. Here's a look at some of the attributes and equipment at the new data center.