Cobalt Data Centers has launched the first of two data centers it plans to open in Las Vegas with a ribbon cutting ceremony last week.
The Tier III designed 34,000 SF facility is called “Cheyenne” and is located within 20 minutes of the Las Vegas strip. The data center offers 5.5 MW of power. The electrical design is a modular 2(N+1) system offering multiple redundancies in all critical components.
Last year the company announced that construction had begun on this facility, which is the first of two data centers that Cobalt will have in the expanding Las Vegas data center market.
Cobalt CEO Mike Ballard commented, “We are very excited to be a part of the city’s success and technology diversification.”