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Houston 2 Data Center

Houston 2 Data Center

Houston 2 is our largest data center, and it is situated on 18 acres in North Houston, Texas. Data Foundry’s long-standing history in Houston and our growth in the market led us to develop this premier purpose-built data center to satisfy the increased demand for colocation and disaster recovery services in the area. Houston 2 is a 350,000 square foot, 60-MW capable facility. This data center features a chilled water-cooling system, a 185 mph wind rated structure and carrier-neutral access to more than 14 network providers. There is also an abundance of space for dedicated customer offices and suites.

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Houston 1 Data Center

Houston 1 Data Center

In operation since 1997, Houston 1 offers premier colocation and disaster recovery services to businesses all along the Gulf Coast. This data center is located inside the world-class Marathon Oil Tower building in the Uptown Galleria area. Houston 1 offers a range of colocation options and includes 24x7x365 support and security, along with top of the line fire suppression systems and proximity to downtown Houston and the business district

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Why Houston?

Houston has one of the fastest growing cities and economies in the nation and is home to a number of corporate headquarters. Because Houston is a center for international business and for the energy and healthcare industries, many companies have a need for a data center footprint in the Houston area. We cater to this need by providing premier data centers, colocation and managed services.

Independent Power Grid

The Texas Interconnect, managed by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), provides Houston and the majority of the state of 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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