High-capacity solutions where you need them the most
Find your next data center capacity in this emerging, southeastern hub close to the Fortune 500 and all the key markets in the Mid-Atlantic and South.
Avenches is located near Bern, the political capital of Switzerland, a country with over 8.6 million inhabitants and one of the highest levels of per capita GDP in the world. Avenches offers hyperscalers and large enterprises reliable, sustainable power for data centers protected by robust Swiss data privacy laws.
As Australia’s capital city, Canberra is the center for Federal Government in the region and is conveniently located between the major east coast cities of Sydney and Melbourne.
The Windy City is central to much of the Midwest, South, and Canada, and offers low-latency connectivity to Northern Virginia. Tax incentives, great energy partners, and access to a renewable grid mix make this a leading data center location.
Forecast to grow at a CAGR of 9.60% during 2021-2026, Denmark's data center market is quickly becoming one of the best places in the world for hyperscalers and enterprises in search of advanced digitalization, excellent connectivity, and clean energy.
Our data center locations in Dallas and AllianceTexas offer practically limitless scale and close proximity to the Dallas Infomart interconnection hub, along with several major Fortune 500 companies who’ve made Texas their home.
The largest financial center in Europe, Frankfurt hosts the European Central bank as well as several international corporate headquarters.
Within easy reach of the European Union’s 450 million consumers and protected under robust Swiss data privacy laws, Geneva has one of the most liberalized telecommunications markets in Europe with more than 20 major telecom companies competing to offer efficient, reliable, and competitively priced services.
Forecast to become Australia’s fastest-growing city with a population of 5.9 million expected by 2030
As one of Europe’s largest metropolitan areas and the EU’s third-largest economy, Milan is home to several international banks and the Italian stock exchange.
This central Ohio region is mere milliseconds to 50% of the U.S. population including Northern Virginia, Chicago, New York, and the South. Join all the major hyperscalers and find your place in this emerging market.
Grab your slice of the capital of the Internet universe with STACK in Northern Virginia. Whether it’s powered shell, build-to-suit, or rack-ready capacity, our sites in Manassas and Ashburn make it easy for you to get into this constrained and extremely valuable market on your terms and timelines.
Home to approximately 1.5 million of Norway’s 5.4 million inhabitants, Oslo is the country’s primary hub for data centers. Excellent connectivity, easy access to renewable energy, and support from the government make Oslo an ideal home for hyperscalers and large enterprises.
Perth, located on Australia’s west coast, is the fourth most populated city in the country.
STACK in Phoenix is your gateway to Southern California and major Western markets including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Texas. We’ll build your perfect data center to your specifications with practically limitless scale, with plenty of available utility power and solar options in the Valley of the Sun.
STACK in Portland offers proximity to the Bay Area with access to seven trans-pacific subsea cable landings and direct low-latency connectivity to Asia and the Pittock Internet Exchange in Portland.
Korea’s economy ranks among the top 10 countries by nominal GDP in the world, and its capital city,...
The center of the technology world is also one of the most constrained markets in the country, and STACK has the optionality you need for scale where it counts.
Sweden, the largest of the five Nordic countries, is driven by digital infratsructure, with more than 70% of its revenue generated from data centers. Sweden is a hot spot for hyperscalers and enterprises looking for rapid, scalable growth.
A region with enormous potential, Toronto is the fourth largest city in North America, and generally considered the financial and industry epicenter of Canada.
The largest city in Switzerland with a population of over 1.4 million people in its agglomeration, Zurich has an annual gross domestic product that comprises more than 20% of the country’s GDP. Its strong economic stability and privacy laws make Zurich perfect for hyperscalers and large enterprises in search of land and power in a constrained data center market.