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The first "underground" data center was built over 172,000 square feet

2018-04-08 17:03:55 Author: Source:CTI ForumComment:0  Click:


Recently, Los Angeles has built the world's largest underground hosting data center. Its purpose is mainly to serve telecommunications companies and business users in Southern California. Los Angeles-based West 7 Centre is a company that specializes in commercial and industrial properties. Service investment platform, the company currently has more than 172,000 square feet of hosting space.
The first "underground" data center was built over 172,000 square feet
It is reported that the hall of this underground data center is supported by the two central factories where it is located. A total of nearly 17 megawatts of power capacity is exported. The data center has a UPS power capacity of up to 3,000 kVA and a cooling capacity of over 9,000 tons. Currently, as more and more Internet of Things providers are seeking data storage services, the scale of data center infrastructure construction in the United States has tripled.
The data center operated by West 7 Centre Company has boosted the value of telecom operators and enterprise users in Southern California. The data center is not only the largest data center in Los Angeles, but also an important gateway to Asian gateways. .
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