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The economic and political capital of Arizona, Phoenix is home to world-class manufacturing, technology and financial services institutions. 

One of the largest cities in the United States, and the site of one of the 60+ Cyxtera data centers, Phoenix is a hub for companies and sectors that drive economic growth.

Cyxtera‘s Phoenix market presence is made possible through a partnership with IO Data Centers, coupling IO innovation with the Cyxtera operational excellence data center blueprint supported by Cyxtera's 100% power uptime SLA on one of the most innovative data center platforms available. Offering access to a full suite of Hybrid IT solutions: colocation, managed hosting, public cloud, private cloud, security, storage and data network. Cyxtera offers both Baselayer® modules and raised floor colocation options in Phoenix.


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PH1: Phoenix, AZ

Space: 45,000 sf   Power: 11 MW

Tech Specs

PH1: Phoenix     Space: 45,000 sf     Power: 11 MW

Real Estate Summary

  • Three-story office 500,00 sf and one-story data center 303,111 sf

Electrical Summary

  • Arizona Public Service provides power feeds
  • Power Conditioning Modular UPS deployed in 1.5 MWA increments
  • Power Backup Generators Up to twenty-four (24) 2.5 MWA Caterpillar generators

Mechanical Summary

  • Redundant 4,000 ton chilled water plant
  • Welded bi-directional design piping
  • Humidification = Steam canister in module
  • Backup Water System = Minimum 72 hrs. of backup water storage onsite
  • Water Feed = Redundant and diverse water feeds from utility
  • Leak Detection = Rope style outside module, spot leak detection inside module

PH2: Phoenix, AZ

Space: 98,455 sf   Power: 19.2 MW

Tech Specs

PH2: Phoenix    Space: 98,455 sf of raised floor    Power: 19.2 MW

Real Estate Summary

  • Total Building Space - 123,859 sf

Electrical Summary

  • Dual diverse utility power feeds
  • Power Backup Diesel Generators (2) 1.75 MW (7) 2 MW

Mechanical Summary

  • Water cooled chillers
  • Today: 2,400 Tons
  • Future: 3,000 Tons
  • Leak Detection = Rope style

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CenturyLink has sold its data centers and associated colocation business to a consortium led by BC Partners and Medina Capital Advisors. This move led to the creation of a bold, new company, Cyxtera Technologies, comprised of world-class talent and technology. CenturyLink will continue to work closely with Cyxtera and the same strong team that has operated the data centers successfully for years and who will continue to deliver world-class customer service and Operational Excellence for all colocation customers.