Sacramento

Prime’s Sacramento Data Center is located on 38 acres in McClellan Business Park, less than 90 minutes from the Bay Area with all significant amenities and tax incentives.

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Campus

  • Unique Tax Incentives on former federal government owned base provides 30-40% savings on all IT & infrastructure investments
  • 38 acre campus with 1MM SF buildable GLA – multiple Build-to-Suit or Powered Shell
  • 50MVA privately owned substation expandable to 150MVA
  • Green power with 30-50% savings compared to the Bay Area
  • ~2ms latency to San Jose and San Francisco
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    Single or double story developments can be used for colocation, build-to-suit or powered shell
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    Up to 1,100,000SF buildable space
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    50MVA private substation expandable to 150MVA

    Building One

    68,500 square feet and up to 8MW of N+1 critical power

    Prime Sacramento Data Center - Floorplate
    50MVA Dedicated On-site Substation with ability to increase to 150MVA (100MW critical)
    Three 3MW CAT Gens
    Data Hall 1 – 2MW
    Data Hall 2 – 2MW
    Data Hall 3 – 4MW@N+1 or 2MW at 2N
    Two 3MW CAT Gens

    Specifications

    Campus

    • Street Address: 2407 AK Street
    • City, State Zip: Sacramento, CA 95652
    • Proximity: 15 minutes from Sacramento City Center and 90 minutes from Bay Area
    • Private FBO: Within McClellan Park
    • Campus Size: 38 acres
    • Hotel, recreation facilities and service offices on Campus

    Building One

    • Gross S.F.: 68,853
    • Floors: 1-single story
    • Fully rebuilt – completion 2019
    • Parking: 20 spaces
    • SFHA Zone: Zone X
    • Seismic Rating: Zone 1
    • Outside the 500-Year Flood Plain

    Data Center

    • Usable Floor Space: ~40,000
    • Space Options: Private Suite, Powered Shell- up to 8MW
    • Cabinet Densities: up to 35kW
    • Floor Type: Slab on grade; 500lbs./s.f.
    • Column Spacing: 50 feet
    • Ceiling: Gordon Grid

    Power

    • End-to-End power delivery is provided with no single point of failure. All critical components are designed to at least N+1.
    • UPS Capacity: 8MW
    • Substation: 50MVA Dedicated On-site owned by Prime – expandable to 100MVA capacity; feeds 3 69kV
    • Backup Power Generation: 5 x 3,000kW diesel generators with w/24 Hours Fuel with onsite campus refueling service
    • A+B Feeds on UPS: Yes
    • Design P.U.E.: <1.29

    Environmental

    • Redundant mechanical cooling (N+1) units with economizers to maintain Premises temperature range in accordance with ASHRAE recommended A-1 “Operating Window”.
    • Economizer: Pumped refrigerant
    • Heat Containment: Hot-aisle
    • Fire Detection: VESDA
    • Fire Suppression: Multi zoned double pre-action dry-pipe system supporting all critical areas
    • Leak Detection: Yes, within DSE units
    • Grounding: Telecom grade

    Connectivity

    • Capacity: 10-100Gbps
    • Carrier-Neutral: Yes – AT&T, Comcast, CenturyLink/Level3, Zayo, Cogent, Consolidated Communications, Wave
    • Point of Entry: 2, diverse locations
    • Meet-Me-Room (MMR): Yes
    • Managed Services: Yes

    Security & Certifications

    • Multiple layers of security including 24/7 onsite perimeter and interior Surveillance Cameras, Biometric Readers, Electronic Key Card Readers and Man-Trap.
    • In-house Network Operating Center and turnkey BMS system
    • SOC, HIPPA, SSEA16, PCI compliant

    Connectivity

    This carrier-neutral facility is strategically located on major fiber routes and has physically diverse pathways to multiple Tier1 long haul and metro fiber providers.

    2407 AK Street offers direct access to dark fiber, major interconnection sites and on-ramps to major public cloud infrastructure providers.

    And with ultra low latency to all of the major West Coast markets, Prime’s Sacramento data center is a smart choice for companies looking at alternatives to the Bay Area.

    Power

    Prime’s Sacramento data center accesses 100MW+ of utility power and the ability to deliver power from 100% green energy sources for up to 50% lower than the Bay Area

    Stability

    The Prime Sacramento Campus is the only data center in Sacramento that is outside the 500-Year Floodplain.And according to the USGS, there is a less than 0.78% probability of a 6.7 magnitude or higher earthquake over the next 50 years, whereas San Jose and San Francisco have a 56% and 32% chance, respectively, of a high magnitude earthquake in this period.

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