San Antonio V Data Center

San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio V

CyrusOne San Antonio V is the newest state-of-the-art, purpose-built data center in the Texas region adding an additional 18 MW to the city’s 63 MW total. This campus has 50,000 square feet of raised space per floor and provides connection to the San Antonio Metro IX and CyrusOne National IX with on-ramps to major cloud providers through Megaport.

The San Antonio data center is well-suited for enterprise clients that require a robust data center infrastructure for mission-critical applications. This location is in an area considered one of the safest in the country, free from natural disasters including seismic activity, tornados and hurricanes. San Antonio V also offers Class A office space as well as CyrusOne’s seven layers of physical security.

14719 Omicron Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78245

San Antonio V – Highlights

  • Overview
  • Power
  • Cooling
  • Security
  • Sustain-ability

  • Building 1 is 175,000 GSF, two story, one data hall per floor with 50,000 SF of raised floor. Each data hall can support 9MW.
  • This campus is design for 3 buildings, each of them being two stories with capacity for 18MW
  • ISO/IEC 27001, PCI DSS, HIPAA/HITECH, FISMA-High, SSAE 18 (SOC 1 Type II), Type 2 AT 101/SOC 2, HITRUST, FFIEC, CSA STAR, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR), and TRUSTe compliant.
  • Designed to meet TIA 942 Rated 4 requirements for electrical and mechanical
  • Carrier-neutral
  • 100% SLA

  • Capacity for 18MW Critical IT
  • (8) 500-Ton chillers with CRAH units supporting each data hall
  • Roof Top Units will provide dehumidification.

  • Very Early Smoke Detection Apparatus (VESDA) system; sampling air in parts per million coupled with a zonal dual-action interlocking dry-pipe system
  • Utility Capacity – 18 MW
  • Utility Voltage – 34.5 kV
  • UPS configuration & capacity – Distributed Redundant electrical topology with 1500KVA UPS
  • Generator Power – (16) 2250KVA Generators for critical infrastructure support

  • Reinforced precast concrete structure surrounding critical Data Halls
  • On-site security guards
  • Key card and biometric access control, secure access turnstile, surveillance cameras

  • Over 20,000 sq. ft. of Class A office space across two phases
  • Fitness center, numerous break rooms, and collaboration areas
  • Minutes away from several hotels and restaurants

  • CyrusOne Zero Water Consumption Cooling: No water is consumed to cool this facility (such as water towers or evaporative cooling).  Minimal amounts of water are used for humidification and facility maintenance. This facility uses highly efficient chillers, variable frequency drives, and energy-efficient CRAH units to achieve high efficiency air-cooled chilling.  An average US data center of the same size typically consumes over 4 million gallons of water per month for cooling.


  • Regional Water Stress: The San Antonio area currently faces medium to high water stress, which is projected to increase to extremely high in the future. Unlike many other data centers, CyrusOne’s San Antonio III facility does not use water for cooling and is therefore insulated from this regional water risk, both current and future.
Water Risk and Use Now 2030 Projection 2040 Projection
Regional Water Stress Medium to High Extremely High Extremely High
CyrusOne Water Use Zero Consumption Zero Consumption Zero Consumption

(Risk assessment and projections based on WRI Aqueduct Tool)


  • Regional Grid Greenhouse Gases: How much greenhouse gas does this facility’s local electrical grid emit while generating electricity?  (Useful for Location-based greenhouse gas reporting)
Greenhouse Gases 2004 2007 2012 2016 2018
MTCO2/MWh 0.644 0.568 0.518 0.458 0.423
  • The carbon-intensity of the grid has improved about 2.3% points per year over the last 14 years of published data. Reported by the US EPA eGRID for the ERCOT subregion (ERCT).


  • Regional Grid Renewables: What percentage of this facility’s local electrical grid is from renewable sources (wind, solar, biomass, hydro, and geothermal)?
Grid Renewables 2004 2007 2012 2016 2018
Percent from renewable sources 1.3% 2.7% 8.6% 14.5% 18.2%

This has been increasing about 1.2% points per year over the last 14 years of published data.  Based on US EPA eGRID data for the ERCOT subregion (ERCT).

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Conveniently Located in a Data Center Safe Zone

San Antonio is positioned centrally in Texas, away from natural disaster zones, and touts some of the most seismically stable soil in the U.S. The stable power grid makes it an ideal place to locate the high performance computing facilities for which CyrusOne is known. The second San Antonio Data Center is conveniently located in the Westover Hills area, with easy access to major highways, the airport, hotels, and restaurants.

CyrusOne data centers provide military-grade security, robust connectivity, and the highest level of power redundancy and density needed to house mission-critical systems and high-density storage environments for Fortune 1000 customers.

Trusted by Fortune 1000 Companies

Many Fortune 1000 companies look to leverage CyrusOne’s San Antonio data center for their primary production as well as their disaster recovery environments.

The data center is engineered to CyrusOne’s standard fully redundant (2N) power architecture, supporting high density server environments of 250 watts per square foot or more. The facility is fed by redundant power lines and multiple network providers. In addition to being the most advanced data center in the San Antonio area, the facility also offers customers Class A office space to enable their employees to be located in the same facility.

The Nation’s First National Internet Exchange

With CyrusOne’s National IX (Internet Exchange), 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 San Antonio data center provides interconnection to other CyrusOne data centers in Texas and beyond.