Iron Mountain has expanded its Phoenix data center campus, with the opening of a second data center facility, AZP-2.
The first phase of capacity at AZP-2 provides four megawatts of concurrently maintainable power capacity, with the ability to serve both multi-tenant enterprise retail colocation, as well as hyper-scale requirements.
The 3-story facility will span more than 530,000 gross square feet, and deliver 48 megawatts of total IT capacity with campus connectivity to the existing 45 megawatts operating in AZP-1 and AZS-1 in Scottsdale.
“The addition of AZP-2 increases our ability to meet the demand from customers looking for a lower cost, resilient data center solution in the Western US,” Mark Kidd, executive vice president, Data Centers at Iron Mountain, said.
The 40-acre Phoenix campus should support more than 100 megawatts of IT load when fully developed.
Iron Mountain said its data center platform includes 14 operational facilities across 13 markets and three continents. Iron Mountain’s data center platform can support more than 350 megawatts of IT capacity at full build-out.