Saturday, February 25, 2012

Steel ORCA is developing a 700,000-square-foot Data Center

"Steel ORCA is developing a two-story, 700,000-square-foot data center facility on a site that resides within a 4,000-acre gated campus in Fairless Hills, PA. The mission critical facility will comprise more than 300,000 square feet of white space and is capable of providing power output up to 100 megawatts. The initial phase of development is scheduled to be completed in early 2013.

The Digital Utility Center was designed with redundant capacity and a state-of-the-art security system. Fiber is available in diverse paths on an MPLS network. The standard offering supports power and cooling of 130 watts to 200 watts per square foot, with additional capacities available. It also offers flexibility and scalability in physical configuration, electrical systems, HVAC systems and all associated supporting systems, including monitoring and controls.

Steel ORCA is "developing next-generation data centers with services that go far beyond those of a traditional mission critical facility," said Awad, adding that the center will be located within a Keystone Opportunity Zone - a tax abatement program that aims to serve as an economic development incentive."

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