Texas 1 data center in Austin

Texas 1 Data Center

Texas 1 is a 130,00 square foot purpose-built data center. This robust facility was the first of its kind in Central Texas and has a structural wind rating of 215 mph. Texas 1 can accommodate a variety of deployment types, including High Performance Computing (HPC) solutions with up to 50 kW per cabinet. This Austin data center also features dual independent power feeds, 16+ network carrier options, a chilled water cooling system and eight layers of physical security.

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Texas 2 data center in Austin

Texas 2 Data Center

Texas 2 is currently under construction and will be our third data center in Austin. In its final phase, Texas 2 will be a 325,000 square foot, 36 MW data center. This facility will also support high performance computing (HPC), provide access to 16+ network carriers and will provide 8 layers of security. Texas 2 will have an abundance of dedicated office space for colocation customers as well as office space for disaster recovery.

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Austin 1 data center

Austin 1 Data Center

Austin 1 is one of Data Foundry’s first data centers. It offers multi-layer security and access to 16+ network providers. Like our other data centers, Austin 1 supports Data Foundry’s full suite of colocation solutions from half cabinet to private suites. Austin 1 is located about 10 minutes from Austin Bergstrom International Airport and not far from downtown.

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Why Austin?

We chose Austin as our headquarters for many reasons, including the region’s low risk of natural disasters and abundant tech talent.

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Austin Risk Assessment

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Low Risk of Natural Disasters

Austin, TX is located more than 100 miles outside of Tornado Alley and 200 miles from the nearest coast. Austin is one of the safest areas in the U.S. from the effects of natural disasters.

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Independent Power Grid

The Texas Interconnect, managed by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), provides Texas with a reliable energy source that is independent of the Eastern and Western Interconnects. The Texas Interconnect is not affected by any other state’s power decisions.

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Our Austin data centers take full advantage of all that Austin has to offer. The combination of location, facility features and premier services ultimately adds up to a better data center solution for the customer.