What is
POWERSTACK?

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.

Powered shell locations delivering
capacity-on-demand

Why STACK for Powered Shell?

There’s a lot more to realizing value from a data center project than square footage and megawatts.

Location

Location

STACK builds powered shells in your availability zones, providing you a stronger foothold in the markets where you want to be.

Capacity

Capacity

With plenty of available capacity in key regions throughout North America, our powered shells are ready for disaster recovery, public or private cloud, or any other use case for your business.

Transparency and Collaboration

Transparency and Collaboration

We exist for our clients, and that means we work harder to deliver for you. Every person at STACK involved with the project has been in your shoes, so they know how the provider/client relationship impacts the technology outcome and experience.

Control

Control

You’re looking for control on multiple levels, starting with cost, compute/density, facility specifications, and timeline. With STACK, you control the levers, we do the lifting, using our Basis of Design methodology as the fulcrum.

“Working with STACK has allowed us to keep up with our capacity demands and grow fast. They’ve been a great partner, and we consider them as another member of our team.”

– Director of Data Center, Public Cloud Provider

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