ELEMENT CRITICAL COMPLETES DATA CENTRE EXPANSION
PRESS RELEASE: Element Critical has announced the completion of its Houston One data centre expansion on the first anniversary of the acquisition announcement in 2021.
Element Critical purchased Houston One with the primary purpose of expanding the site. In the short duration, demand in Houston has led to the successful sell-out of the existing four data halls, prompting the addition of two newly completed data halls, extending the original building to include 20,000 SF of new colocation space.
“As technology innovation and data consumption continue to drive business growth in Texas, we are pleased to serve an increasingly comprehensive range of enterprise customers embracing digital transformation,” says Ken Parent, CEO of Element Critical.
“The flexibility of Houston One’s customisable design continues to attract interest from the diverse base of Houston area companies that require high-touch customer service and a proven track record of mission-critical operational excellence.”
For organisations that want to customise their build-to-suit space to meet their exact specifications, Element Critical’s new expansion is designed for high-performance availability and offers superior flexibility for both retail and wholesale customers. The completed data hall suites in Houston One are designed to accommodate configurable power (N, N+1, or 2N), suite security personalisation, and high-density solutions ranging up to 50 kW and beyond with the latest containment, immersion-cooled, and/or liquid to chip deployments.
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