February 16, 2017

Switch opens Citadel Campus in Nevada

The facility is located in the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center

Switch, a global technology solutions provider has announced the opening of the Citadel Campus in Storey County, Nevada. Switch claims that the facility is the largest, most advanced data center campus in the world.

The facility is designed for up to 7.2 million sq.ft. of data center space and up to 650 MW of power. The 2,000 acre campus is located in the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center. The company says that the data center is powered by 100% renewable energy, cementing Switch’s deep commitment to industry-leading green energy.

The company also added that the Citadel Campus in Tahoe-Reno is a technology fortress that is unsurpassed for security, reliability, connectivity, and energy sustainability.
Adam Kramer, Executive Vice President of Strategy, Switch said:

Switch TAHOE-RENO fulfills the vision of Switch founder and CEO Rob Roy to create the largest data center ecosystem in the world for our customers’ mission-critical workloads.

This data center building and campus represents unlimited possibilities for our clients because of its massive scale for power, space, and connectivity.

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