Stack Infrastructure expands Chicago data center presence

June 26, 2019
Adjacent development to more than double capacity in a key Stack market.
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Stack Infrastructure this month announced plans for a significant expansion of its Chicago data center campus.

The future development will be adjacent to Stack’s existing facility, which currently offers 13MW of critical power and 221,000 square feet of space.

The new multi-story data center will offer at least 20MW of additional critical capacity with the possibility of additional growth, bringing Stack’s total capacity at its Chicago data center campus to at least 33MW.

“Chicago is one of a number of important and growing markets for our clients, and as a result, it is a key market for Stack. We’re committed to investing here so that we can continue to support our clients and stay ahead of their needs,” said Brian Cox, Chief Executive Officer of Stack. “In keeping with our core commitment to being a trusted partner, this project delivers on our promise to strategically evolve and align our offering with our clients’ growth trajectories.”

Per the company, "Stack is committed to being the data center industry leader in building and delivering flexible critical infrastructure solutions that meet and support the complex requirements of enterprise and hyperscale deployments."

The company’s facilities offering includes hyperscale campuses and build-to-suit data centers (Hyper Stack), immediately available wholesale colocation and private data suites (Ready Stack), and powered shell options (Power Stack).

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