H5 Data Centers have acquired a 240,000 sq. foot facility from Intuit in Quincy, Washington to meet the growing need for data center services. With this acquisition, H5 aims to expand their data center prowess as well as serve mission-critical needs of global enterprises.
According to H5 Data Centers, Intuit’s purpose-built data center is move-in ready and features a 24×7 team of facility engineers, remote hands personnel as well as security professionals. They say that this data center complements their 300,000 sq.foot facility in downtown Seattle.
By acquiring Intuit’s data center, H5 believe that they will be catering to the growing needs of emerging as well as global enterprises in the region. They also claim that the facility is equipped with renewable hydropower and 40mWs of turnkey co-location space, and is poised to meet international standards of data center hubs.
Speaking about this in detail, Josh Simms, founder and CEO of H5 Data Centers, commented:
H5 Data Centers is experiencing strong demand for wholesale data center services across the United States and the Quincy data center represents an incredible growth opportunity for us.
We welcome a world-class team of data center professionals to our company as we look to immediately expand the critical capacity of the data center to serve the mission-critical needs of leading global enterprises.