Cyxtera Moses Lake Data Center (MWH1-A Campus), USA
The facility was built to maximize security, resilience, utility and spend. This remote
data center takes advantage of free air-cooling and hydropower and a low-risk location, making it an ideal spot for disaster recovery and non-latency sensitive workloads.
The abundant hydroelectric power available in Central Washington provides more than 85 percent of the utility power supplied to this facility. This makes it not only a low carbon footprint hosting solution but also one of the most cost-effective colocation options in North America. The data center will have an initial five megawatts but will ultimately support up to 80 MW of IT load.