Digital infrastructure –
built and waiting for you
STACK has designed a powered shell based on industry best-practices for floor loading capacity, ceiling heights, and power densities to improve your speed-to-market and eliminate design and construction risks. We work with you to deploy the critical equipment according to your unique deployment needs. You control what you need, from branding to user experience and everything in between. That’s true partnership.
You get speed-to-market, customized capacity, and the ability to grow fast. You can maximize the value of your infrastructure deployment strategy, allocate resources where they’ll be most effective, and take advantage of an environment that allows you to innovate with lower risk.
Built for clouds that serve the enterprise market, managed service providers, or any enterprise looking for scale quickly, POWERSTACK™ powered shell solutions are standardized, powered buildings in available markets built to STACK specifications, and ready for fit-out. POWERSTACK gives you control over critical operations requirements like security, office space, cooling, and more, without the extensive data center development costs of a build-to-suit design.
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NVA02 / Northern Virginia
STACK’ Prince William County campus NVA02 will be home to at least seven data centers and provide 420MW for incredible scalability. Two dedicated 300MW onsite substations will supply committed and scalable power from Northern Virginia...
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