Stack Infrastructure puts data center campus in New Albany, Ohio

Newly acquired campus houses a purpose-built, Tier III data center and offers 17 acres for future data center development.

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Stack Infrastructure, a data center company serving the technology infrastructure needs of rapidly scaling enterprises and hyperscale businesses, this week announced its expansion to New Albany, Ohio, a new market for the company.

The acquired campus houses a purpose-built, Tier III data center and offers 17 acres for future data center development. “We’re very excited to expand our footprint into this strategic market as it gains momentum in the data center world,” commented Brian Cox, CEO of Stack.

Stack notes that its New Albany campus is positioned within the 'Golden Triangle,' a geographic area linking Northern Virginia, Northern New Jersey, and Chicago, where the majority of data transmission in the U.S. occurs, resulting in robust fiber-optic and electrical infrastructure.

"New Albany and the surrounding area represent a premier emerging market for cloud and enterprise data centers based on their competitive power costs, advantageous tax climate, skilled labor pool, and low risk of natural disasters," observes a company press release, which adds, "The area is home to 15 Fortune 1000 headquarters and significant operations of more than 30 additional Fortune 1000 companies. By offering a presence in this strategic region, Stack reinforces its dedication to providing flexibility and scale to its clients in key markets."

The New Albany announcement comes on the heels of the company’s recent Chicago and Portland expansion plans and is part of Stack's corporate strategy of building and delivering additional capacity to support the growth trajectories of its clients.

“A location of choice for many data center, cloud, and enterprise entities, New Albany and the Golden Triangle offer a highly valuable range of benefits for Stack’s current and future clients," concluded Stack's CEO Cox. "As we have considered expansion options, this market has remained a priority due to its unique combination of reliable power, robust data fiber networks, proximity to more than half of the U.S. population and the resulting lower latency.”

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