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Switch’s multi-billion Dollar US expansion projects in pictures

This operator's data centres are known for their grand designs, light displays and scale.

Updated July 01, 2021 / Original June 08, 2021

Switch's CEO, Founder and Chairman Rob Roy. Source: Switch

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By João Marques Lima

Founder and Editor, The Tech Capital

4 Mins

June 08, 2021 | 2:11 PM BST

Exascale technology infrastructure operator Switch, Inc. (NYSE: SWCH) has recently announced a series of investments in the acquisition of new brands and the expansion of its hosting footprint across the US.

Explore the projects the company is developing and get a glimpse at what Switch’s megascale data centre sites look like not only from the outside, but the inside.

Switch’s CEO, Founder and Chairman Rob Roy breaking ground signalling the start of construction of two new buildings in Atlanta. At full build-out, the Keep Campus footprint will span more than 1.3 million square feet, with an expected overall investment of $2.5 billion in Georgia including Switch’s owned infrastructure in addition to customer expenditures on hardware and other computing resources. Source: Switch
Switch has entered a land purchase agreement with Dell Technologies that will allow Switch to construct over 1.5 million square feet of Tier 5 data centre space next to Dell’s global headquarters in Round Rock, Texas. The Fifth Prime campus will be called “The Rock.” Source: Switch
A birds eye render view of Switch’s Texas technology campus ecosystem that will be architected to provide over 2 million square feet and 185 megawatts of power upon completion. Switch expects to begin site preparation and permitting at The Rock Campus in the summer of 2021. Source: Switch
Switch (NYSE: SWCH) has signed a multi-year, multi-million dollar contract with an existing global e-commerce client to significantly grow its footprint at Switch’s Citadel Campus in Northern Nevada. Picture is a render of what Switch’s second and third Tahoe Reno data centres will look like upon completion. Source: Switch

Here’s a view of several Switch data centres known for their grand designs, light displays and scale. The pictures below are sourced to Switch.


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