Novva Data Centers has acquired a Colorado Springs data centre campus for $38.5 million and plans to invest $200 million expanding it.
The 37 acre campus features a 6MW data centre and supporting facilities totalling 190,000 sq ft, with Novva also securing an anchor tenant as part of the deal. Novva says it will now expand the campus to 30MW, with an additional 250,000 sq ft, and invest over $200 million in the process. It also plans to shift to 100% renewable energy and waterless cooling at the site.
Novva’s Utah campus, due to open later this month, and global headquarters is located in Salt Lake City and will boast 1.5 million sq ft of data centre space and 180MW of capacity when fully built out.
Wes Swenson, CEO of Novva Data Centers, said: “Our mission is to serve the Western United States, providing purpose-built designs and high-capacity data centre services to the area and our customers.