RagingWire’s Dallas TX1 Data Center is in prime position in one of the hottest data center markets in the world, according to the findings in a new special report produced by Data Center Frontier and datacenterHawk.
In the midst of a data center building boom, Dallas is now the third-largest market for capacity (trailing only Northern Virginia and Silicon Valley), with 50 MW of available power, and 11 MW more under construction.
Many data center companies are banking on big growth in Dallas, with 570 MW of additional capacity in the planning stages. RagingWire has plans for a total of five data centers on our 42-acre campus outside of Dallas, totaling at least 80 MW of capacity, although more MW can be built-to-suit if needed.
The report answers questions such as: Can Dallas win more hyperscale deals? What five factors are driving Dallas’s popularity as a destination data center market for companies headquartered outside the area? What is the hottest sub-market for new development -- Fort Worth, Richardson or Garland? Will the area’s 15% data center vacancy rate swell up or dry up? How do the offerings of the major data center companies compare?
Click here to read a synopsis of the report and download your copy.