Located on a 85-acre campus in Chandler, Arizona CyrusOne plans to build nearly 2 million square-feet data center- largest of its kind. With plenty of land for build-to-suit options at this site, CyrusOne offers multiple products as part of its CyrusOne Solutions product set, including:
From greenfield to completion, the CyrusOne project teams works hand in hand with your team to plan, design, permit and construct your data center to your exact specifications – on time and on budget.
CyrusOne offers powered shells to provide you with a fast time to market option for your IT environment. Fully redundant support systems, scalable power levels, connectivity options, and class A office space are available within your powered shell.
CyrusOne helps you to assess your unique infrastructure requirements to ensure your IT environment is equipped with the right power, cooling, and connectivity to match various application needs.
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|Water Stress and Use||Now||2030 Projection||2040 Projection|
|Regional Water Stress||Extremely High||Extremely High||Extremely High|
|CyrusOne Phoenix-Chandler Water Use||Net Positive||Net Positive||Net Positive|
(Risk assessment and projections based on WRI Aqueduct Tool)
The carbon-intensity of the grid has improved about 1.4% points per year over the last 14 years of published data. Reported by the US EPA eGRID for the WECC Southwest subregion (AZNM).
|Percent from renewable sources||6.9%||8.7%||10.7%||11.1%||13.4%|
This has been increasing about 0.4% points per year over the last 14 years of published data. Based on US EPA eGRID data for the WECC Southwest subregion (AZNM).
In June 2012, CyrusOne broke ground on a 57-acre campus slated to be nearly 1 million square-feet of space in Chandler, Arizona – the largest of its kind.
The first building, which was commissioned near the end of 2012, has 180,000 colocation square feet (CSF) and another 180,000 square feet came online in 2014. There is also room for seven or eight more buildings on this campus, making the CyrusOne Phoenix data center campus very unique.
CyrusOne’s Phoenix data center I leverages efficiency measures never before utilized in this capacity, and offers powerful cost-reduction opportunities for the enterprises that colocate their data and servers here.
To begin, the roof of the Phoenix data center I is V-shaped, sloping toward the middle. This is beneficial for two reasons: one is the green element -directly replenishing the ground water. The other is the containment element – water is passed away from the building. The V-shaped roof design also allows for a highly-efficient cooling model at the Phoenix data center which will allow CyrusOne to achieve a low PUE.
In addition, the data center itself is being designed for an average draw of 250 watts per square foot, with the ability to go up to 1,000 watts per square foot for customers with extremely dense specialized equipment. That means a data center built to suit newer gear that has a smaller footprint but higher power utilization.
CyrusOne’s Massively Modular data center engineering is specifically designed to achieve optimal flexibility for even the largest scale deployment and build out.
CyrusOne can build out new data halls in just 12-16 weeks through aggressive sourcing and a just-in-time focus to meet customer demand.
The Massively Modular model frees customers from being confined by time, space, and/or flexibility constraints often found in other data center providers.
The Phoenix data center I is well suited for Fortune 500 companies that require robust data center infrastructure for mission-critical applications and want to locate it in an area that is generally considered one of the safest in the country—free from natural disasters including seismic activity, tornados, and hurricanes.
With CyrusOne’s National IX, customers can configure a virtual on-net platform from a multitude of carriers and providers, allowing optimal flexibility and interconnection with anyone at any connected facility and to the cloud.
As part of CyrusOne’s National IX platform, this Phoenix data center provides interconnection to other CyrusOne data centers.