Viawest has 7 data center facilities in the Utah / Salt Lake City metro area, making it the largest data center provider in Utah by number of facilities, but are they biggest in the state by sq. ft. of data center floor space?
Tonaquint Data Centers, Viawest, C7 Data Centers, Voonami, Ace Data Centers, xMission, Fibernet and Level 3 all have data center facilities in Utah. Here is the breakdown of facilities and space:
C7 Data Centers
City Creek: 10,500 sq. ft.
Granite Point 1: 50,000 sq. ft.
Granite Point 2: 50,000 sq. ft.
Timpanogos: 10,000 sq. ft.
Lindon: 6,336 sq. ft.
Cottonwood: 6,811 sq. ft.
200 E: 14,713 sq. ft.
Campus View: 18,991 sq. ft.
Presidents: 7,613 sq. ft.
Delong: 33,386 sq.ft.
West: 12,512 sq. ft.
17,000 sq. ft.
10,370 sq. ft
10,000 sq. ft.
Ace Data Centers
8,500 sq. ft.
5,000 sq. ft.
So for total data center floor space, here's how the utah data center facilities rank:
- C7 Data Center at 120,500 sq. ft. of raised floor space
- Viawest at 100,362 sq. ft. of raised floor space
- Tonaquint at 17,000 sq. ft.
- Level 3 at 10,370 sq. ft. *
- XMission at 10,000 sq. ft.
- Fibernet at 10,000 sq. ft.
- Ace Data Centers at 8,500 sq. ft.
- Voonami at 5,000 sq. ft.
Looks like Viawest, while having the most facilities in Utah, falls to second place behind C7 for total data center floor space in Utah. At a distant third is Tonaquint and then Level 3, XMission, Fibernet and Ace Data Centers. Voonami gets the award for showing up, albeit in last place. Level 3 was tough to place because they only show data for one facility while they have three in Utah.
Data Center Map - http://www.datacentermap.com
Contacting the data centers directly (XMission, C7)
Looking at the information on their websites (Viawest, Tonaquint, Ace Data Centers)
Guessing on the facility size because it's too small for them to want to list it (Fibernet, Voonami).